Feb. 23 2019
Before the decisive flashpoint of the space race between the United States and the Soviet Union, East Lansing artist Alixandra Summitt was commissioned to do a set of painted panels one week prior to the...
Feb. 15 2019
FRIDAY, Feb. 15 — Written solely on New York’s A-Train using its route time as a time limit, these bite-sized 20-minute productions detail the human experience of longing for connection when...
Feb. 14 2019
The archaic columns of the historic Turner-Dodge House will once more be graced by the sounds of old time fiddles, banjos and ballads in this intimate Valentine’s Day show
Feb. 13 2019
Finger-style folk tunes will reverberate through the Allen Farmers Market with Lansing singer/songwriter Monte Pride
Feb. 8 2019
Multicolor handmade glass artwork of all shapes and function will display for Janice Hironaka’s first exhibition and opening reception
Feb. 7 2019
The Grand Rapids native acclaimed for sounding like Tom Petty mixed with a Beat Generation poet is releasing his self-titled album at The Robin Theatre
Feb. 2 2019
The Fledge will be bustling with 17 local vendors, a cakewalk, belly dancers and more for ARTspace’s Lovefest
Feb. 1 2019
Hear songwriter Charlie Richardson and his band bring the rhythm and twang of jazz, country and blues originals to Old Town
Jan. 31 2019
Defrost yourself with a toasty latte as four of Lansing’s poetry and prose pioneers orate their original works for the REO Town Reading Series
Jan. 30 2019
For 17 years, the Ten Pound Fiddle concert series has hosted its communitydriven Mid-Winter Singing & Folk Festival, welcoming hundreds of locals to not only attend concerts by Michigan folk heroes, but...
Jan. 25 2019
A colony of igloo-like buildings built of sustainable materials will be the flashpoint for conversations meant to reconnect the community with its local water supply in the Broad Museum’s latest...
Jan. 23 2019
See the collaborative cinematic poems crafted by regional poets and filmmakers come to fruition in this exclusive, one-night-only event
Jan. 22 2019
A collection of over 7,000 artifacts reflecting African-American life from the days of Jim Crow to Colin Kaepernick comes to East Lansing in a mobile museum
Jan. 19 2019
Lansing’s off the wall cardboard creations will careen down the slopes of the Gier Community Center today with weather permitting. Luckily, the weather forecast estimates a 70 percent chance of snowfall...
Jan. 18 2019
Audio Air Force is giving the 1954 Cold War anxiety science fiction film “The Day the Earth Stood Still” an old-time radio makeover, complete with live sound effects and local actors
Jan. 17 2019
Learn the empowering and rousing methods of spoken word poetry in this free workshop with Lansing Poetry Club president Ruelaine Stokes
Jan. 16 2019
Folk, Americana and slinky jazz will reverberate the walls of the Allen Farmers Market as shoppers sift through local fresh produce and vendor goods
Jan. 15 2019
Flora and fauna watercolor works will adorn Blue Owl Coffee’s brick backing for Bath native Hannah Bowman’s opening reception
Jan. 12 2019
Greater Lansing artists and models will be body painting all afternoon and evening in the astrology-themed “Look to the Stars” Starving Arts series competition at the Avenue Cafe
Jan. 11 2019
With sculptures, photography and paintings, MICA hosts a whirlwind of Lansing’s finest with one Ann Arbor tagalong