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Softball Team Finds Inspiration at Lane Hall Exhibit

The University of Michigan Softball team visited Lane Hall to see the bicentennial exhibit, "Moving Through the Centuries: The Empowerment of U-M Women Through Physical Activity."

Moving Through the Centuries: The Empowerment of U-M Women Through Physical Activity

A collection of photographs and memorabilia showcasing women’s physical activity at U-M.

Exhibit Opening Reception: "Swallowed Whole: A Visual Journey Through Traumatic Injury and Recovery" Works by Heidi Kumao

Opening reception for Heidi Kumao's solo exhibition, Swallowed Whole: A Visual Journey Through Traumatic Injury and Recovery.

Re-Imaging Gender: A Juried Exhibition

Exhibit opening and reception for Lane Hall Gallery's juried art show. Re-Imaging Gender features the work of 15 graduate student artists from around the country.

Above Ground - 40 Moments of Transformation

The University of Michigan’s Institute for Research on Women and Gender, Department of Women’s Studies, Stamps School of Art & Design and the Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies are pleased to host Above Ground: 40 Moments of Transformation, a photography exhibition highlighting the powerful, ground-breaking performance art and actions of China’s Young Feminist Activists (YFA). The exhibit is curated by Lü Ping, a Chinese feminist organizer and visiting scholar at Columbia University, who first organized the exhibit in New York City in fall 2015. 

Lane Hall Exhibition Showcases Feminist Activism in China

Winter 2016 Lane Hall photography exhibition highlighting the powerful, ground-breaking performance art and actions of China’s Young Feminist Activists.

Above Ground - 40 Moments of Transformation

Exhibit opening with curator talk and reception. Above Ground - 40 Moments of Transformation  is a photography exhibition highlighting the performance art and actions of China’s Young Feminist Activists.

Stories of Mothers Lost Exhibit on Display in Lane Hall Gallery

Fall 2015 Lane Hall exhibit displaying handmade quilts that commemorate women who've died from pregnancy related complications