January 31–March 1, 2013
530 S. State St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
To honor Raoul Wallenberg (B.S. Arch. ’35) on the centenary of his birth, the University of Michigan, in cooperation with the Swedish-Consulate General of Detroit, is hosting an exhibition on the life of this illustrious alumnus. Created by the Swedish Institute for the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the exhibition presents the story of Wallenberg's life including his time in Ann Arbor and the months in Budapest when he helped rescue tens of thousands of Jews during the Holocaust.
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Exhibition Opening: January 30, 2013, 4:00 PM–6:00 PM
Michigan Union Ballroom, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Campus
- Race: Are We So Different?
- IndiVisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas
- Exhibits at the Museum of Natural History
- Exhibits Across Campus
- Proclaiming Emancipation
- Making Their Own Way: African Americans in the Culinary World
- Places for the Spirit – Traditional African American Gardens
- Claiming Citizenship: African Americans and New Deal Photography
- State of Exception: Richard Barnes, Jason De Léon, Amanda Krugliak
- To me there is no other way - Raoul Wallenberg 1912-2012
- El Otro Lado - The Other Side
- Building Islam in Detroit: Foundations, Forms, Futures
- 18th Annual Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners
- Interrupted Life: Incarcerated Mothers in the United States
- Infinite Mirror-Images of American Identity