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ARTS AND THE CIVIC IMAGINATION


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9

“Are You Brave?” Festival
sponsored by Brave New Works, and the Ann Arbor School for the Performing Arts, the Residential College, and the LSA Citizenship Theme Year

Lecture: Music and Citizenship
Andrew Mead, University of Michigan School of Music
Time: 7:00 -8:00 PM

Concert: Brave New Works Ensemble
Time: 8:00 PM
location: Residential College Auditorium


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22

AN INTERVIEW WITH ALICE COLTRANE AND RAVI COLTRANE
Interviewed by Ed Love, WDET Radio
The Artist as Citizen Interview Series
TIME: 2:00 PM
LOCATION: Rackham Amphitheater, 4th Floor


MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

German Artists in Residence: Between Rap and Ramadan
featuring Margarethe Mehring-Fuchs, documentary film-maker, and Element 3
sponsored by the Residential College
Time: Through September 30
location: Residential College

Film: Die Judenschublade (The Jews Drawer: Young Jews in Germany)
Followed by discussion with film-maker Margarethe Mehring-Fuchs
German Artists in Residence: Between Rap and Ramadan
sponsored by the Residential College
Time: 8:00 PM
location: 126 East Quad


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

The Literary Imagination and the Invention of Modern Citizenship
Susan Maslan, University of California, Berkeley
sponsored by the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, Center for International and Comparative Studies, the LSA Citizenship Theme Year, Medieval and Early Modern Studies Program, and the Department of History
Time: 4:00 PM
location: RLL Commons, 4th Floor, Modern Languages Building


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29

CITIZEN SOCRATES
Modern Greek Studies 5th Annual Platsis Symposium on the Greek Legacy
supported by the Arthur and Mary Platsis Fund and co-sponsored by LSA Citizenship Theme Year

Performance of Plato's "The Apology of Socrates"
by Emmy Award Winner Yannis Simonidis
Time: 2:00 PM
LOCATION: Rackham Amphitheater, 4th floor
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Film: Zwischen Rap und Ramadan (Between Rap and Ramadan)
Followed by rap/dance performance and discussion with members of the group, Element 3
German Artists in Residence: Between Rap and Ramadan
sponsored by the Residential College
Time: 8:00 PM
location: Residential College Auditorium


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13

AN INTERVIEW WITH JANET EILBER AND THE MARTHA GRAHAM DANCE COMPANY
Interviewed by Peter Sparling, Department of Dance, University of Michigan
The Artist as Citizen Interview Series
TIME: 12:45-2:15 PM
LOCATION: Betty Pease Dance Studio, 2nd floor


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19

on A Visit to William Blake's Inn: Poems for Innocent and Experienced Travelers
Nancy Willard, Newbery and Caldecott Medalist and UM graduate
TIME: 2:45-3:45 PM (with book signing to follow)
LOCATION:
124 East Quad

PLAY: BOOMTOWN 1925
Through November 12

LOCATiON: Boll Family YMCA, Downtown Detroit


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20

performing arts and activism
Arts of Citizenship Friday Breakfast Series
TIME: 9:00-10:30 AM
LOCATION: 2239 Lane Hall

The October 20th Friday Arts of Citizenship Breakfast, “Performing Arts and Activism” is oriented primarily towards students who are interested in integrating the arts into their community-building and social change work. Faculty from the Community Theater Program in the Residential College have invited Norma Bowles, Artistic Director of Fringe Benefits, a nonprofit educational theater company based in Los Angeles, to facilitate a workshop for students and faculty from across the university. The workshop will explore how to use theater to creatively engage, educate and mobilize people in addressing the social and economic issues they face in their communities.

The Community Theater Collaborative at the Residential College will offer an all-day follow-up workshop on Saturday, October 21 for undergraduate and graduate students interested in a more in-depth, experiential exercise in community-based collaborative theater. To learn more about the RC CTC: http://www-personal.umich.edu/~becaif/root/index.html


TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24

Antony and Cleopatra
Opening Night
featuring Patrick Stewart as Antony and Harriet Walter as Cleopatra
sponsored by the University Musical Society and the Royal Shakespeare Company
Royal Shakespeare Company
Time: 7:30 PM
location: Power Center for the Performing Arts
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25

AN INTERVIEW WITH PATRICK STEWART AND HARRIET WALTER
Interviewed by Malcolm Tulip, Department of Theatre and Drama
The Artist as Citizen Interview Series
TIME: 1:00 PM
LOCATION: Power Center Stage


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27

Julius Caesar
Opening Night
directed by Sean Holmes
sponsored by the University Musical Society and the Royal Shakespeare Company
Royal Shakespeare Company
Time: 7:30 PM
location: Power Center for the Performing Arts
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 30

Learning from Bayard Rustin: Screening of the Film Brother Outsider and Discussion
sponsored by the Ginsberg Center, Arts of Citizenship, the Career Center, and the Office of LGBT Affairs
time:  7:00-9:30 PM
Location: Michigan Union, Anderson BC


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1

The Tempest
Opening Night
Royal Shakespeare Company
directed by Rupert Goold
featuring Patrick Stewart as Prospero
sponsored by the University Musical Society and the Royal Shakespeare Company
Time: 7:30 PM
location: Power Center for the Performing Arts
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5

a CONVERSATION WITH...
James Steward, Director, University of Michigan Museum of Art
UMMA SERIES: Re-Imagining the Museum: A Series of Public Dialogues
Time: 3:00 PM
location: Rackham Amphitheater
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6

Conference: Routes into the Diaspora
sponsored by the Institute for the Humanities; Korean Studies Program; and Center for International and Comparative Studies, International Institute
funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
International Institute Lecture Series: Citizenship at Risk
Through November 7

Opening Film: Koryo Saram The Unreliable People
TIME: 5:00 PM
LOCATION: Michigan Theatre
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Exhibit: Works by Elshafei Dafalla Mohamed
through November 10
TIME: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM daily
LOCATION: Institute for the Humanities, Osterman Common Room
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8

Friends, Romans, Citizens: The Question
of Citizenship in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

with Derek Collins, Department of Classical Studies; Martin Walsh, the Residential College; Michael Schoenfeldt, Associate Dean for the Humanities; and participating Royal Shakespeare Company actors and directors
sponsored by the University Musical Society and the Institute for the Humanities
TIME: 12:00-1:30 PM
LOCATION: Institute for the Humanities, Room 2022

Wong Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
solo performance by Kristina Wong
sponsored by the LSA Citizenship Theme Year; Department of English Language and Literature; and Program in American Culture
TIME: 7:00 PM
LOCATION: Rackham Amphitheatre
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9

BOOMTOWN 1925
TIME:
7:00- 11:00 pm (Performance starts at 8:00 pm)
LOCATION:  Boll Family YMCA Theatre
$10.00 (for Undergraduate students and Group Leaders*)
$15.00 (for Graduate Students and Faculty and Staff)
 *Group leaders must be U-M faculty, staff, or GSIs.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10

problems and possiblities of community-based learning and engaged scholarship: a Dean’s Perspective -- POSTPONED
with LSA Dean Terrence McDonald
Arts of Citizenship Friday Breakfast Series
TIME: 9:00-10:30 AM
LOCATION: 2239 Lane Hall


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18

Culture Bus Trip: “With Liberty and Justice for All"
In celebration of the 2006-2007 Citizenship Theme Year
Includes fee for admission to the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village
$10.00 (Undergraduate students and Group Leaders*)
$14.00 (Graduate Students, Faculty and Staff)
 *Group leaders must be UM faculty, staff, or GSIs.
Group sales deadline for this event: Monday, November 14
TIME: 10:00 AM-5:00 PM
LOCATION:
Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19

A CONVERSATION WITH...
Thelma Golden, Chief Curator, Harlem Studio Museum
UMMA Lecture Series: Re-Imagining the Museum: A Series of Public Dialogues
Time: 3:00 PM
location: Rackham Amphitheater
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3

a conversation witH...
Raymond Silverman, Professor of History of Art and Director of the Museum Studies Program
UMMA Lecture Series: Re-Imagining the Museum: A Series of Public Dialogues
Time: 3:00 PM
location: Hutchins Hall, Law School
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 4

hip-hop and spoken word
Performance and Dialogue with Detroit-based artists, Blair, Nandi Corner, and Invincible
Detroit: From Urban Crisis to Revitalization
sponsored by Arts at Michigan; the LSA Citizenship Theme Year; and Residential College
Time: 4:00-5:30 PM
location: Angell Hall, Auditorium C


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8

developing an engagement requirement in the school of art and design
Arts of Citizenship Friday Breakfast Series
TIME: 9:00-10:30 AM
LOCATION: 2239 Lane Hall


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10

a conversation witH...
Nicholas Delbanco, Robert Frost Collegiate Professor of English Language and Literature, University of Michigan; novelist and essayist
UMMA Lecture Series: Re-Imagining the Museum: A Series of Public Dialogues
Time: 3:00 PM
location: Rackham Amphitheater
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12

OTHER ART COLLECTIVE
A collective of Arab artists presenting several projects, including segments of the Arab American National Museum installation, “Facing Identity”
sponsored by the LSA Citizenship Theme Year and Program in American Culture; and in collaboration with the course, “Introduction to Arab American Studies”
TIME: 6:00-7:30 PM
LOCATION: G115 Angell Hall


SUNDAY, JANUARY 7

a conversation witH...
Okwui Enwezor, Dean of Academic Affairs and Senior Vice President, San Francisco Art Institute; Artistic Director, Bienal International de Arte Contemporaneo de Sevilla, Spain; Writer, Critic and Founding Editor, Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art
UMMA Lecture Series: Re-Imagining the Museum: A Series of Public Dialogues
Time: 3:00 PM
location: Rackham Amphitheater
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12

ART EXHIBITION: IF OTHER, PLEASE EXPLAIN
through February 9
LOCATION: Work Exhibition Space, School of Art and Design


FRIDAY, JANUARY 19

Creating Campus-Community Partnerships in the Arts
Arts of Citizenship’s first annual conference will build connections among faculty, students, staff and community organizations. Our goal is to support the development of sustainable university-community partnerships in the arts, humanities and design and provide opportunities for participants to reflect on the promise and challenges of collaborative work. The conference will include a series of workshops led by poet Sekou Sundiata (MultiArts Projects and Productions: www.multiartsprojects.com), Linda Frye Burnham (Community Arts Network: www.communityarts.net), Rebeka Rodriguez (Intersection for the Arts: www.theintersection.org), Marcia Ochoa, (UC-Santa Cruz) and Kenneth Anderson (Mosaic Youth Theater: www.mosaicdetroit.org) as well as UM faculty and leaders from community partner organizations.
support provided by the National Center for Institutional Diversity (NCID), Arts on Earth, the Office of the Provost, the Vice President for Research, and the LSA Citizenship Theme Year Committee
sponsored by Arts of Citizenship in collaboration with American Culture, Art and Design, Arts on Earth, Arts at Michigan, CRLT, Ginsberg Center, Residential College, School of Information, School of Social Work, and Urban and Regional Planning.
TIME: 8:30 AM-5:00 PM
LOCATiON: Michigan League, 2nd Floor
free registration (free parking available for community partners)
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Questions? Contact Christian Willauer at willauer@umich.edu or (734) 647-9423.

OPEN MIKE NIGHT: MLK EXPRESSION
showcasing musical and spoken word performances inspired by Martin Luther King, Jr.’s beloved community
TIME: 8:30 PM
LOCATION: Michigan League Underground
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 20

THE 51ST (DREAM) STATE
featuring Sekou Sundiata
held in conjunction with Arts of Citizenship Conference: Creating Campus Community Partnerships in the Arts
Time: 8:00 PM
location: Power Center
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MONDAY, JANUARY 22

BOXES AND WALLS INTERACTIVE MUSEUM
January 22- January 28
TIME: 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 PM
location: Trotter Multicultural Center


TUESDAY, JANUARY 23

BOXES AND WALLS INTERACTIVE MUSEUM
January 22- January 28
TIME: 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 PM
location: Trotter Multicultural Center


WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24

African writers on citizenship Panel Discussion
featuring Frieda Ekotto, Associate Professor, CAAS/Comparative Literature/Romance Languages; Fatou Diome, writer (France and Senegal) and author of three books including the novel Kétala (2006); Nimrod Bena Djangrang, writer (Tchad/Ivory Coast/France), KCP Visiting Professor and author of three books including the poetry collection Pierre, Poussiére (1989)
sponsored by the LSA Citizenship Theme Year; International Institute; Institute for the Humanities; Department of Romance Language and Literatures; Program in Comparative Literature; and Office of the Vice Provost
African Writers on Citizenship Series
TIME: 5:30-7:30 PM
LOCATION: 4701 Haven Hall

BOXES AND WALLS INTERACTIVE MUSEUM
January 22- January 28
TIME: 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 PM
location: Trotter Multicultural Center


THURSDAY, JANUARY 25

ART EXHIBITION: TEXAS DEATH ROW: EXECUTIONS BY LETHAL INJECTION
The Poorest of the Poor
Through February 24

sponsored by the Institute for the Humanities and Institute for International and Comparative Studies, International Institute
TIME: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
LOCATION: Exhibition Space, Institute for the Humanities
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Colonialism Now: Recolonization and the Writing of Contemporary History in Africa
Gregory Mann, Associate Professor of History, Columbia University
sponsored by the LSA Citizenship Theme Year; International Institute; Institute for the Humanities; Department of Romance Language and Literatures; Program in Comparative Literature; and Office of the Vice Provost
co-sponsored with the Africa History Group
African Writers on Citizenship Series
TIME: 5:30-7:30 PM
LOCATION: 4701 Haven Hall

BOXES AND WALLS INTERACTIVE MUSEUM
January 22- January 28
TIME: 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 PM
location: Trotter Multicultural Center


FRIDAY, JANUARY 26

BOXES AND WALLS INTERACTIVE MUSEUM
January 22- January 28
TIME: 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 PM
location: Trotter Multicultural Center


SATURDAY, JANUARY 27

BOXES AND WALLS INTERACTIVE MUSEUM
January 22- January 28
TIME: 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 PM
location: Trotter Multicultural Center


SUNDAY, JANUARY 28

a conversation witH...
Kathy Halbreich, Director, Minneapolis Walker Art Center
UMMA Lecture Series: Re-Imagining the Museum: A Series of Public Dialogues
Time: 3:00 PM
location: Rackham Amphitheater
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BOXES AND WALLS INTERACTIVE MUSEUM
January 22- January 28
TIME: 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 PM
location: Trotter Multicultural Center


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7

TEXAS DEATH ROW: EXECUTIONS BY LETHAL INJECTION
Opening Reception
The Poorest of the Poor
sponsored by the Institute for the Humanities and Institute for International and Comparative Studies, International Institute
TIME: 4:30-6:30 PM
LOCATION: Institute for the Humanities Exhibition Space
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BUILDING COMMUNITY THROUGH DANCE
featuring Tommy the Clown and the Hip-Hop Clowns
sponsored by the 2007 MLK Symposium Planning Committee, the Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives, and FOKUS
TIME: 7:30 PM
LOCATION: Michigan League Ballroom
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8

lECTURE ON TEXAS DEATH ROW: EXECUTIONS BY LETHAL INJECTION
Bill Crawford, freelance writer, Austin, Texas
The Poorest of the Poor
sponsored by the Institute for the Humanities and Institute for International and Comparative Studies, International Institute
TIME: 12:00 PM
LOCATION: Institute for the Humanities, Room 2022
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AN EVENING OF POETRY AND MUSIC IN CELEBRATON OF THE BELOVED COMMUNITY
sponsored by Students of Color of Rackham African American/Black Caucus, Society for Minority Engineers and Scientists-Graduate Component, and the Black Humanities Collective
TIME: 7:00 PM
LOCATION: TBA
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14

the ethics of representation
Zoe Witcomb, South African Writer and Professor of English Studies, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
sponsored by the LSA Citizenship Theme Year; International Institute; Institute for the Humanities; Department of Romance Language and Literatures; Program in Comparative Literature; and Office of the Vice Provost
African Writers on Citizenship Series
TIME: 5:30-7:30 PM
LOCATION: 4701 Haven Hall


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15

ZOE WITCOMB READS FROM HER NOVEL, PLAYING IN THE LIGHT
with introduction by Jennifer Wenzel, Assistant Professor, English Language and Literature
TIME: 6:00 PM
LOCATION: 3222 Angell Hall


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16

Making Claims: Anu Yadav Presents “Capers,” A Performance and Talk-Back -- CANCELLED
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Angell Hall Auditorium B


SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18

a conversation witH...
Vishakha Desai, President and CEO, Asia Society
UMMA Lecture Series: Re-Imagining the Museum: A Series of Public Dialogues
Time: 3:00 PM
location: Rackham Amphitheater
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FRIDAY, MARCH 9

CAPERS: A SOLO PLAY ABOUT FORCED RELOCATION AND THE HUMAN RIGHT TO HOUSING
written and performed by Anu Yadav
followed by post-performance “talk-back” with Anu Yadav and Rose Oliphant, Community Organizer, Friends and Residents
sponsored by Arts at Michigan, Center for Afroamerican and African studies, Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, Ginsberg center, LSA Citizenship Theme Year, Public Goods Council, Rackham Graduate School, and Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
TIME: 6:00 PM (followed by “talk back” at 7:00 PM)
LOCATION: Angell Hall, Auditorium C
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14

CHIMAMANDA NOOZI ADICHIE READS FROM HER NOVEL, HALF OF A YELLOW SUN
African Writers on Citizenship Series
TIME:
7:00 PM
LOCATION: Shaman Drum Bookstore, 311-315 South State St.


THURSDAY, MARCH 15

AFRICAN WORKSHOP SEMINAR: ON WRITING AND CITIZENSHIP IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
African Writers on Citizenship Series
TIME: 5:30-7:00 PM
LOCATION: 4701 Haven Hall


FRIDAY, MARCH 16

Gilberto Gil Concert
sponsored by the University Musical Society
TIME: 8:00 PM
LOCATION: Hill Auditorium
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TUESDAY, MARCH 20

ARTS AND WAR: MOBILIZATION AND PROTEST
An exploration in music, visual art, poetry, and dance, with performances and presentations by:
Bill Bolcom & Joan Morris, Mark Clague, Tirtza Even, Linda Gregerson, Carol Jacobsen, Heidi Kumao,, Madhavi Mai and the Sadhana Dancers, Jonathan Pieslak, Michael Rodemer, Ed Sarath, Time for Three
TIME: 5:10-6:40 PM
LOCATION: Lydia Mendellssohn Theater, Michigan League


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21

ARTS AND WAR: TESTIMONY
An exploration in music, visual art, poetry, and dance, with performances and presentations by: Rahim AlHaj, Geri Allen, Uwem Akpan, Yehonatan Berick, Amy Chavasse, Anthony Elliott, Carol Jacobsen, Thylias Moss, OyamO, Gavriel Savit, Michael Rodemer, Paul Schoenfield
TIME: 5:10-6:40 PM
LOCATION: Lydia Mendellssohn Theater, Michigan League

material struggles and democratic rights in the new south africa
Elke Zuern, Assistant Professor of Politics, Sarah Lawrence College
sponsored by the LSA Citizenship Theme Year; International Institute; Institute for the Humanities; Department of Romance Language and Literatures; Program in Comparative Literature; and Office of the Vice Provost
African Writers on Citizenship Series
TIME: 5:30-7:30 PM
LOCATION: 4701 Haven Hall


FRIDAY, MARCH 23

problems and possiblities of community-based learning and engaged scholarship: a Dean’s Perspective
with LSA Dean Terrence McDonald
Arts of Citizenship Friday Breakfast Series
TIME: 9:00-10:30 AM
LOCATION: 2239 Lane Hall
The premise of public scholarship in the arts, humanities and design is that imaginative power is an important piece of democratic and citizen-initiated changes in our society and that university-community collaborations offer opportunities to create public culture and promote dialogues essential to a robust democratic society. Despite the promise of public scholarship, key questions remain: How does collaborative work with community partners fit into a faculty member’s core obligations of teaching and research? How should a research university value public scholarship? What defines “public scholarship,” which has an academic value, as opposed to “community participation,” which is part of being an active citizen but doesn’t constitute legitimate scholarship?
Arts of Citizenship has invited Terrence McDonald, LSA Dean and Professor of History, to discuss questions of scholarship, legitimacy and the public good with faculty, staff, and students invested in community partnerships and democratic engagement through the art and humanities. All are invited to be part of this conversation.


TUESDAY, MARCH 27

TWELFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF ART BY MICHIGAN PRISONERS
Opening Reception
Prison Creative Arts Project
TIME:
5:30-8:00 PM
LOCATION: Duderstadt Center Gallery
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SUNDAY, APRIL 1

ART SPEAKS: A DISCUSSION WITH ARTISTS FROM THE ANNUAL EXHIBITION
with Janie Paul, University of Michigan
Prison Creative Arts Project
TIME:
3:00 PM
LOCATION: Duderstadt Center Gallery
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STREET THEATER ART (START) PERFORMANCE: festifools
sponsored by The Real Seafood Co., Ann Arbor Main St. Area  Association, Ann Arbor Public Schools Community Resource Program, Recycle Ann Arbor, University of Michigan's Lloyd Hall Scholars 
Program, LSA Citizenship Theme Year, Arts on the Hill, Public Goods Council, and Arts at Michigan
TIME: 4:00 PM
LOCATION: Main Street, downtown Ann Arbor
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MONDAY, APRIL 2

IN THE CROSSING
One woman show by Leila Buck
organized by Arab American Studies and sponsored by the LSA Citizenship Theme Year, the Arab Student Association, and the Lebanese Student Association
TIME: 7:00 pm
LOCATION: Palmer Commons, Forum Hall
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TUESDAY, APRIL 3

OTHER ART COLLECTIVE MEMBERS ROLA NASHEF AND JOE NAMY
organized by Arab American Studies and sponsored by the LSA Citizenship Theme Year
TIME:
4:30-6:00 PM
LOCATION: 1200 Chemistry Building
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4

ON writing and citizenship: A READING OF 53 CM
Bessora, author of 53 cm, Les Tâches d'encre, and several other novels
sponsored by the LSA Citizenship Theme Year; International Institute; Institute for the Humanities; Department of Romance Language and Literatures; Program in Comparative Literature; and Office of the Vice Provost
African Writers on Citizenship Series
TIME: 5:30-7:30 PM
LOCATION: 4701 Haven Hall


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11

TWELFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF ART BY MICHIGAN PRISONERS
Closing Reception
Prison Creative Arts Project
TIME:
5:30 PM
LOCATION: Duderstadt Center Gallery
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