Jul 06 Wednesday
Note: This event is virtual
Join us for a presentation and audience Q&A with Dr. Marsha MacDowell, Curator of Folk Arts, MSU Museum and Director, Michigan Traditional Arts Program and Lynne Swanson, Cultural Collections Manager, Michigan State University Museum.
Jul 07 Thursday
MSU Museum, MSU Science Gallery, and the City of East Lansing presents Field of View: An Art x Science Films Series made up of a collection of eight thought-provoking documentaries exploring humankind’s understanding of the world.
Black Holes: The Edge of All We Know film synopsis
How do you photograph a hole in the universe? Black Holes: The Edge of All We Know tells the story of a paradox at the heart of black holes: When something falls inside, is it truly lost forever? A tight-knit group of physicists, secluded in the English countryside, search for the answer. Meanwhile, a global network of scientists builds a telescope, literally the size of Earth, to achieve something more straightforward but equally profound: taking a photo of a black hole for the first time.
Guests may bring chairs, blankets, and refreshments, and take a seat on the Valley Court Park lawn as crowd-pleasing movies are presented on a state-of-the-art outdoor screen.
Jul 08 Friday
The Crown Revue Theatre presents HAMLET
TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW!
HAMLET is one of William Shakespeare’s most well-known plays. We’ve put together a fantastic show for you, complete with all the plotting, intrigues, deceit and hypocrisy, and of course, a ghost. The royal court of Denmark may never be the same!
“HAMLET” will be performed at The Crown Revue at 310 Main Street in Nashville, Michigan, on Friday July 8th and Saturday July 9th at 7pm, Sunday July 10th at 2pm, and Friday July 15th and Saturday July 16th at 7pm, Sunday July 17th at 2pm. Nashville is just a few short miles west of Charlotte, just a minute north of MOO-ville.
All tickets for this show are $10, and are available at the door or online at https://search.seatyourself.biz/webstore/accounts/therevuenashville/buy-tix
Donations are very welcome! https://www.gofundme.com/f/mj9p5-hamlet
Jul 09 Saturday
Jul 10 Sunday
Learn more about our unique building and the Pritzker Prize-winning architect behind it through this 30-minute tour lead by MSU Broad Art Museum Executive Director, Mónica Ramírez-Montagut. Celebrate our 10th anniversary by celebrating the building! All ages are welcome. Registration for this free event is required. Register here.
Jul 11 Monday
Jul 12 Tuesday
Jul 13 Wednesday
Jul 14 Thursday
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