• Living Arts 2017-18

  • Living Arts Welcome Week

    Creativity Competition

  • Living Arts Competition Winners

    42 Hours of Re-Creativity

  • Amy Chavasse Workshop

    Monthly All Community Meeting

 

 
 
Being a part of Living Arts really helped me find my niche at U of M – and I’ve learned so much about my own creative process. Plus I gained some of the best friendships I could ask for from this amazing group of diversely talented people. It’s one of the best experiences I’ve had!” – AnneMarie Mueller.,Class of 2016

 

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and strengthen intellectual collisions
and durable collaborative practices
driven by the arts, to fully maximize
the potential of each student and faculty
member on North Campus and at
the University of Michigan.

 

 

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News

   
  Members of the Mosaic Film Experience visited living arts this past September, presenting a workshop titled, Growing Stories in our Community: Unity in Diversity.
On October 8th Living Arts was once again pleased to host an event with UM Associate Professor of Dance, Amy Chavasse, who presented a workshop titled, Making Meaning from Movement. 
  UM Mechanical Engineering Research Scientist Lauro Ojeda presented a workshop for Living Arts students utilizing the motion sensor technology in smart watches.
The December All community meeting will feature a presentation by Living Arts RA’s Socrates Papageorgiou, Mitchell Curtis and Sara Eskandari.
   
 

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