In its galleries, at venues across the MSU campus and in the community, the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum will surprise and engage audiences with the best in contemporary performance, live art and educational programs, focusing on emerging voices and international perspectives, events and programs that engage the community. 

July 2014

Saturday, July 5
Family Day
12–4 PM | Education Wing
Free and open to the public
Make hands-on projects based on current exhibitions at the Broad MSU. Take a special family tour at 1 PM, and check out our iPad scavenger hunt. Family Day is presented by Farm Bureau Insurance.

Thursday, July 10
East Lansing 2030: Collegeville Re-Envisioned
6:30 PM | Education Wing
Free and open to the public
Join us for the eighth and final conversation of the series with guest architects, landscape architects, and urban designers invited by the Broad MSU to envision the future growth of East Lansing. Leading up to the fall 2014 exhibition, East Lansing 2030: Collegeville Re-Envisioned will host a new designer each month to present their work and ideas, and engage in a discussion of themes as they relate to our city. This month’s guests will be E.B. Min and Jeffrey L. Day of Min | Day: an architecture practice they founded in 2003. Spanning locations in San Francisco, California and Omaha, Nebraska, Min | Day responds to the ever-increasing complexity of the American landscape through innovation in program, materials, and fabrication for a wide range of clients, sites and projects.

Saturday, July 12
Colleciton Show & Tell
2 PM | Dr. Milton E. and Beth E. Muelder Collectors Lobby (Lower Level)
Free and open to the public
In this ongoing series, someone from the Broad MSU crew will select a work from our collection and share with you what they think is special about it. This month, Broad MSU Docent Sheri Beecroft presents an early 1920s Pewabic Pottery piece crafted in Detroit by Mary Chase Stratton.

Saturday, July 19
Expanded Writing: A Postscript Symposium
10 AM
Free and open to the public | Register here
How have contemporary technologies transformed the art and practice of poetry, and the nature of innovative conceptual writing? What new networks of scholarly, creative, and critical writing have emerged outside the traditional boundaries of the printed page? What histories of linguistic experimentation across media have inspired these new conceptual horizons, with their abiding technologies, platforms, and media infrastructures?

"Expanded Writing: A Postscript Symposium" assembles a small group of leading scholars, artists, and poets whose work dovetails with the questions raised by the Broad Art Museum’s current Postscript exhibition and its organizing rubrics (“Transcription,” “Translation,” “Redaction,” “Appropriation,” and “Constraint”). This one-day symposium takes the title of the exhibition at its word: to think of what writing is after writing, of what comes post-script. Visit for more information and to register.

Friday, July 25
The Art of: Gelato
6 PM 
$25 Members • $35 Public | Purchase tickets here
The Art of... series continues with the exotic flavors and fusions of gelato — featuring James Sumpter, Executive Chef of the new Italian restaurant, Tannin. Tickets on sale now!

Saturday, July 26
Yoga at the Broad
11 AM – 12:15 PM | Courtyard & Sculpture Garden
Free and open to the public
Stretch your mind, body, and spirit in the garden of the Broad MSU! Special guest instructors will guide you through morning yoga at the museum. All skill levels welcome, and it's a BYOYS event (Bring Your Own Yoga Stuff).