This interactive performance investigates female-coded personae of robots, code-based work of mechanical turks, the invention of the “self-cleaning house” and Silicon Valley’s motto to “move fast and break things."
In this workshop, lead by artist Sarah Buckius, we will use Patents by Women (from the late 1800s to 1940) as starting points to investigate creativity strategies that range from improvisation to blue-sky-brainstorming to problem solving.
Join us in the Lane Hall Exhibit Space to celebrate Sarah Buckius’ innovative exhibition !!!techn010ffspring!!!
The Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies featured a story about the fall exhibit, “I have a crisis for you”: Women Artists of Ukraine Respond to War.
In this hands-on workshop, participants will be able to paint their own kokeshi dolls with Takatoshi Hayashi. Hayashi-san is an artist building creative, powerful, and playful reimaginings of the kokeshi, a traditional wooden doll.
Reception and roundtable conversation with participating artists from the winter exhibit Portraits of Feminism in Japan.
Spotlighting the history of Japanese studies at the University of Michigan, Lane Hall will have a new exhibit titled Portraits of Feminism in Japan, with portraits of eight feminists who have shaped the landscape of women's and gender rights in Japan and beyond.
The Lane Hall exhibit space hosts an exhibition of art by Ukrainian women artists responding to war.