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 Current Exhibit at the Museum on Main Street

The Museum on Main Street is currently closed. We are preparing for a new exhibit this spring. Please check back soon!

The Journey in a Day: 200 Years of Student Life at the University of Michigan, 1817–2017

Witness two hundred years of Ann Arbor, American and world history, reflected in the lives of U-M students. Our next exhibit at the Museum on Main Street will open in April. Created by U-M students, it surveys two hundred years of daily rituals, social life, the challenges and victories of broad cultural movements. Viewers will gain insight on the roles students have played in events that shaped our lives.

This exhibit is designed by U-M students participating in the class “Museums 498” in the History of Art Department in collaboration with the U-M Bicentennial Office. The class instructor is Jason Jay Stevens. He is a Lecturer in the Museum Studies program at the University of Michigan, and an Adjunct Professor teaching exhibit and environmental design at the Lawrence Technological University, College of Architecture and Design. Jason is also a museum exhibit designer and co-founder of Flutter & Wow, an Ann Arbor-based multimedia lab/design/fabrication studio that implements exhibition projects for museums, galleries, and commercial and private clients. This is one exhibit you will not want to miss!

The Museum on Main Street
500 North Main
Ann Arbor

734-662-9092
wchs-500@ameritech.net

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