Arts and Entertainment on Campus
There is a vibrant arts and culture scene at Michigan, with no shortage of outstanding events to attend and places to explore.
Student events, from film to comedy to dance, are happening all the time. And they are all listed on our website.
Arts & Culture
This website is a clearinghouse for all things arts and culture, whether it’s a project, a collection, an academic program, a place to see or an event to attend.
Arts at Michigan
Events, programs and more are used to engage students as creators, leaders and participants in the visual, performing and literary arts communities at Michigan.
University of Michigan Museum of Art
The Museum of Art includes collections, exhibitions, programs and educational exploration. Visit the website for hours and events. A $10 donation is appreciated.
Public art plays an important part in creating a campus environment that is engaging and conducive to learning, inquiry and creativity. Visit this site to discover all the public art on display in various parts of campus.
University Musical Society
Each season, UMS presents 70+ events, including music, dance and theater, and more than 100 free educational activities. Student tickets (high school and college) are $12 or $20 depending on seat location. Tickets are available at the Michigan League Ticket Office.
School of Music, Theater & Dance
Hundreds of performances are offered each year, most of them free.
The Wave Field
Created in 1995 by artist Maya Lin, this piece of land art is one of the most serene places on campus. . Find the Wave Field on North Campus, next to the Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Building.
Michigan Union Ticket Office
- Event tickets for most events on campus and in Ann Arbor
- Discounted Cedar Point passes
- AAATA bus token for U-M visitors
- Validation of student football tickets for non-student use
During the Michigan Union renovation, the Michigan Union Ticket Office will be located in the Michigan League Underground – one floor down from street level.
911 N. University Ave.