Novelist Nicholas Delbanco delivers a creative twist on the summer reading list, describing the distinct pleasure that comes with revisiting a favorite book.
For 25 years, the Prison Creative Arts Project has inspired inmates statewide to mine fertile, creative territory and create bold, original work.
It was an archivist’s dream come true recently when the U-M Library staff unearthed portions of a raw draft of Orson Welles’ incomplete, unpublished memoir.
Bookish historian Alice Dalligan, AM ’48/AMLS ’51, became a bona fide baseball nut when sportscaster Ernie Harwell donated his archive to the Detroit Public Library in ’66.
MAD magazine’s Sam Viviano, BFA ’75, reflects on how he became (or still dreams of becoming) a rich and famous illustrator.
Annual celebration of art in public spaces brings whimsy, color, and “3-d kinetic sculpture” to the streets of Ann Arbor.