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4Reels club to host 24-Hour Film Challenge

Amelia Kashian April 18, 2024

Students looking for a chance to utilize filmmaking equipment and test their skills could have the chance to this week. On Friday, April 19, all NMU students are invited to partake in 4Reels Digital Cinema...

POSE — Tschumperlin poses with two of his favorite Disney characters.

The Wildcat at Disney World

Katarina Rothhorn February 21, 2024

Luke Tschumperlin had only been on the job for two days when Jay Ward, the Chief Creative Officer of Franchise for Pixar Animation, sat down and looked into the lens of Tschumperlin’s camera. As Tschumperlin...

TRUE LIKENESS — DeVos Art Museum hosts three new exhibits throughout fall semester. Range of videos, photographs, paintings and prints in the exhibits can be viewed by the public Monday-Wednesday and Friday-Saturday from 12-5 p.m. and Thursday 12-8 p.m.

DeVos Art Museum to host new exhibits this semester

Rachel Pott August 31, 2023

As this new semester begins, there have been some changes happening around campus. Some of those changes have happened and will continue to happen, at the DeVos Art Museum. Three new exhibits will be present...

SAG* art show promotes hands-on experience

SAG* art show promotes hands-on experience

Andie Balenger February 27, 2023

The Students’ Art Gallery (SAG*) will be debuting “The Interactive Show,” an art display that can be physically interacted with by viewers, tonight at their gallery in the Lydia M. Olson Library.  When...

FACULTY BIENNIAL — DeVos Art Museum hosts gallery of works by NMU Art and Design department faculty. The display can be viewed until March 31 during the gallerys hours, Mondays-Wednesdays 12-5 p.m., Thursdays 12-8 p.m. and Fridays 12-5 p.m.

Faculty Biennial exhibition opens at DeVos Art Museum

Jackie Phillips January 27, 2023

The DeVos Art Museum is hosting the Faculty Biennial from now until March 31, featuring the works of 17 different NMU art and design faculty members.  Every two years Emily Lanctot, DeVos Museum director...

Innovation Institute to hold micro-credential course and workshop

Innovation Institute to hold micro-credential course and workshop

Akasha Khalsa, Opinion Editor March 16, 2022
Design thinking is a concept relating to user experiences, and can be applied by artists, programmers, scientists and entrepreneurs alike.
Opinion—One year later: NFTs are (still) a scam

Opinion—One year later: NFTs are (still) a scam

Nicholas Conroy, Copy Editor February 12, 2022
Well, here we are again. Around this same time last year, I published an opinion piece titled “NFTs are killing the planet.” At the time of publishing, I understood NFTs as a fringe concept, something that existed on the peripherals of the tech industry, and I was concerned about its spread into art-related fields.
STILL LIFE—As a reflection on time spent during the pandemic, the DeVos Art Museum at NMU will hold the Still Life exhibition until March 22.

DeVos Art Museums opens Still Life exhibit

Ryley Wilcox, Contributing Writer January 25, 2022
NMU's DeVos Art Museum will hold the Still Life exhibition until March 22. The exhibition reflects on time spent during the COVID-19 pandemic.
INSPIRED ART - Art student Ilah Wilson created icy turtles inspired by Greg Manchess art in Above the Timberline. The theater department is performing an adaptation of the book that will feature Manchess art in the background.

Artist and author of “Above the Timberline” visits NMU

Olivia Apa, Features Writer October 15, 2021

The NMU Department of Theatre and Dance is putting on the stage play adaptation of the novel “Above the Timberline” by Greg Manchess and they invited him to work with the department in producing it.  Manchess...

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Native Art Workshop accepting participants

Akasha Khalsa March 4, 2021
A collaboration between the Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College, the NMU Center for Native American Studies and the NMU School of Art and Design will result in the Great Lakes Indigenous Art, Education, and Healing Project, funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Photo courtesy of Ali Davis instagram
AWAKE ART—One of Davis multiple pieces of art being displayed at Contrast Coffee. The artwork will be on display through March.

Contrast Coffee displays student’s social justice focused artwork

Peter Smedley February 25, 2021

The summer of last year saw a rise in social justice advocacy. Headed by protests from the Black Lives Matter movement, it was a time centralized around accountability and truth. Many students were inspired...

COLLABORATIVE DESIGN—Art and Design Professor Keith Ellis designs a poster for the soft launch of the Revolve CC event. The conference will provide an environment for creative minds to come together and network.
Graphic courtesy of Keith Ellis

Professor directs new creative conference: Revolve CC

Trevor Shanahan November 7, 2019

For those who are unfamiliar with Marquette, maybe you just moved here for school or maybe you are on vacation with the family, regardless, the creativity generated here is a constant influence on the...

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