• Living Arts Welcome Week

  • Living Arts 2018-2019

  • Duderstadt Center Tour


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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  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.