Livestream lecture-demo on this method of learning music through movement by Jeremy Dittus, director and founder of the Dalcroze School of the Rockies (Colorado).
For URL email firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com. Free. firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com.
"Our Changing Economics Landscape: Wealth Redistribution, Innovations, and Sustainability": U-M Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Thursday Morning Lecture Series.more >
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Every Thurs. (except Nov. 25), Nov. 4-Dec. 16. Series of 6 weekly talks (via Zoom) on a variety of economic topics. Nov. 4: U-M economics professor Jim Adams on "Whither Capitalism?" Nov. 11 (11 a.m.): NYU business professor Robert Seamans on "The Economic Impact of Harnessing Artificial Intelligence." Nov. 18: Corporate tax consultant Reuven Avi-Yonah on "Tax Policy and Wealth Inequality in the US: Trends and Remedies." Dec. 2: U-M economics professor Dean Yang on "The Economics of Migration." Dec. 9: U-M finance professor Bob Dittmar on "Cryptocurrency: Economic and Environmental Impacts and U.S. Policy." Dec. 16: University of Chicago history professor Gabriel Winant on "How American Health Care Became So Chaotic."
10-11:30 a.m. (unless otherwise noted), for URL preregister at olli-umich.org. $60 for the 6-lecture series ($35 for members). $10 per lecture for members. Memberships are $25 a year. 998-9351.
Oct. 10-Nov. 24. Maps for fall color routes and crane viewing areas are available at the Discovery Center desk. Also, on-request showings of The Sandhill Crane Story.
10 a.m.-5 p.m. (Tues.-Sat.) & noon-5 p.m. (Sun.), Eddy Discovery Center, 17030 Bush Rd., Chelsea. Free; Michigan recreation passport ($17 at the gate) required. 475-3170. [map]
Please join us for a discussion of A Course in Miracles on Zoom. Details at Interfaithspirit.Org. Free, but donations appreciated.
Zoom. Free. Online. 734-327-0270. Interfaithspirit.org
Nov. 1-30. AADL staffers read quotes, recommend books, highlight local artists, and more to celebrate the lives of Native Americans.
Online at AADL.tv (a YouTube channel). Free. 327-4200.
Every Thurs. (except Nov. 25), Sept. 9-Dec. 9. Talks (via zoom) by national and global scholars. Nov. 4: American University anthropology professor C. Anne Claus on "Drawing the Sea Near: Satoumi and Coral Reef Conservation in Okinawa." Nov. 11: Paris University East Asian languages & civilizations professor Cécile Sakai on "Japanese Contemporary Literature: Perspectives and Aporia in the Global 21st Century." Nov. 18: University of Texas history professor Adam Clulow on "The Massacre and the Conspiracy: Locating the Japanese Diaspora in Seventeenth Century Southeast Asia."
For URL preregister at events.umich.edu
Talk (via Zoom) by Henry Ford Hospital pulmonary hypertension program director Rana Awdish.
For URL see bit.ly
Informal virtual meeting following the Thursday Morning Lecture (see Nov. 4, 11 & 18) to share impressions and ask questions.
Free for members. $25 annual membership. For more information and to register, see olli-umich.org or call 998-9351.
Denis Villeneuve's latest sci-fi epic about a young man destined to ensure the future of his people.
Michigan Theater, tickets $10.50 (children under 12, students, seniors age 65 & older, & U.S. veterans, $8:50; MTF members, $8) in advance online (recommended) & at the door. Proof of vaccination (or negative Covid test within past 72 hours) required for all patrons over the age of 12; masks required when not seated in theater. For updated schedule, see MichTheater.org. [map]
U-M Clements Library manuscripts curator Jayne Ptolemy displays and discusses archival works highlighting how women have historically engaged in politics in their everyday lives.
Ann Arbor City Club, 1830 Washtenaw. Free, but preregistration required by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Masks required. [map]
For URL, email email@example.com or call 998-9353.
Panel discussion with Wake Forest University international law professor John Knox and U-M public policy professor Jennifer Haverkamp. Also available via Zoom; preregister at myumi.ch
Weiser Hall rm. 110, 500 Church. Free. Masks required. firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Imagined Landscapes and Crafted Worlds: Spacetime and Natureculture in Medieval Armenia": U-M Center for Armenian Studies.more >
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Talk by Birkbeck University of London history professor Kate Franklin on the culture of the Silk Road. Livestream available; preregister at myumi.ch
1010 Weiser Hall, 500 Church. Free. 763-0622. [map]
Every Thurs. All invited to drop in with broken electronics, furniture, toys, and any other odd item for AHA members to try to repair and offer advice. Repairs not guaranteed. Livestream available at MeetUp.com
All Hands Active, basement of 255 E. Liberty ste. 225. Free, but donations welcome. info@AllHandsActive.org.
All invited to join members of this local chapter of the Detroit Irish Music Association for an informal evening playing traditional Irish music on various instruments. Lessons offered.
FUMC Green Wood Church, 1001 Green Rd. at Glazier Way. Free. Masks and vaccinations required. facebook.com
Every Thurs. Local high school English teacher Barry Aherne throws out questions for anyone to answer at this popular outdoor weekly trivia fest. Come with a team (up to 6 people). Prizes.
Conor O'Neill's, 318 S. Main. $5 team fee that goes to the winning team. 665-2968. [map]
U-M Library curator Juli McLoone leads a livestream walk through the library's Special Collections Research Center to look for various artists' books including Emily Martin's three-dimensional Shakespeare adaptations.
For URL see events.umich.edu
Essayist Aisha Sabatini Sloan, a U-M creative writing professor, discusses (via Zoom) her new book, a log of her travels in Alaska with observations of everything from glaciers, mountains, and bald eagles to queer relationships, political anxiety, and the meaning of Blackness in open space. Borealis is the first book commissioned for the Spatial Species, a Coffee House Press (Minneapolis) series of pocket-sized essays focusing on off-the-beaten-path places.
For URL see literatibookstore.com
(Hayao Miyazaki, 1986). Dubbed (Nov. 14 & 18) and subtitled (Nov. 15) Japanese anime about 2 children in a race with pirates to find a magical castle. Ann Arbor 20 only. 3 p.m. (Sun.) & 7 p.m. (Mon. & Thurs.)
Ann Arbor 20 (4100 Carpenter, 973-8424) & Emagine (1335 E. Michigan Ave., Saline, 316-5500). Tickets $12.50 in advance online (recommended) & at the door.
Every Thurs.-Sun., Nov. 11-28 (except Nov. 25). Local actors perform Ted Swindley's musical based on the relationship between the famous country singer and a Houston housewife who was one of her biggest fans. The story, drawn largely from letters written between the two women, is interspersed with many of Cline's hits, including "Crazy," "Anytime," "Walkin' After Midnight," "She's Got You," and "Sweet Dreams."
7:30-9:30 p.m. (Thurs.-Sat. & Nov. 28) & 2-4 p.m. (Sat. & Sun.), Encore, 7714 Ann Arbor St, Dexter. Tickets $40-$48 in advance at TheEncoreTheatre.org. 268-6200. [map]
The chance to learn about the club's downhill and cross-country ski and snowboarding outings, and other social activities. Followed by dancing to music spun by a DJ. Must be 21 or older.
UA Local 190 Hall, 7920 Jackson Rd. $5 (members, free). email@example.com. [map]
Jen Shyu (see 16 Tuesday) presents her new monodrama that weaves together music, monologue, and video production to explore painful past experiences involving expectation, ambition, longing, and love. The work features original music, as well as traditional music from Taiwan, Tetum of East Timor, Korea, Japan, and Indonesia, played on such ranging instruments as the moon lute, gayageum, piano, electronic boards, and more.
Keene Theater, East Quad, 701 East University. Free. Masks required. firstname.lastname@example.org. [map]
Nov. 18-20. New solo and group works choreographed by U-M dance seniors Zach Morris, Daniel Niewoit, and Jenna Segal.
U-M Dance Building, 1000 Baits Dr (adjacent to the Moore Music Building). Tickets $10 at the door (cash or check only).
Livestream conversation with Ghana ian-British archi tect Sir David Adjaye and Princeton University African studies professor Chika Okeke-Agulu on the problematic practice of West ern muse ums' ownership of African art col lected dur ing the colonial era and how to return those works to their native cultures.
For URL see bit.ly
Ark: Joe Jencks
This Chicago singer-songwriter has garnered encomia from, among others, Pete Seeger, who called him "a fantastic singer who carries on the traditions." He was one-third of the longtime all-male vocal harmony trio Brother Sun. $20.
Blind Pig: Ohgeesy
All ages admitted. The stage name of Alejandro Coranza, a raspy-voiced L.A. hip-hop rapper known for his fluent, infectiously melodic songs. $35 in advance, $40 at the door.
Blue LLama: Redwood
The stage name of jazz singer Sequoia Snyder, an MSU jazz studies senior from Washington, D.C., whose adventurous original music draws on a wide array of influences from funk, soul, gospel, and R&B to hip-hop and pop.
Live: Cetan Clawson
Monroe psychedelic blues-rock trio.
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