Art & Design

University Art Gallery Hours are Tuesday - Friday, 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.; Saturday 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. COVID-19 precautions: No Receptions, must wear a mask, social distance and limit to 10 people at a time in the gallery. Contact Anne Gochenour at for further information on University Art Gallery exhibits.

2021 Annual Juried CMU Student Art Exhibition
February 26 - March 27  | University Art Gallery
Juried by an independent art professional, this exhibition is open to all students at Central Michigan University. Awards of $800 are given - determined by the juror.

2021 Stephen L Barstow Art & Design Lecture Series
March 25  | 6:30 pm
Cassils is a transgender artist who makes their own body the material and protagonist of their performances. Cassils's art contemplates the history(s) of LGBTQI+ violence, representation, struggle and survival. For Cassils, performance is a form of social sculpture: Drawing from the idea that bodies are formed in relation to forces of power and social expectations, Cassils work investigates historical contexts to examine the present moment. 
Join us on WebEx for a night to talk with Cassils about the challenges of being a transgender artist.

School of Music

All concerts, unless otherwise noted, will be live streamed on the School of Music Facebook Live and on our website. All programs, artists, and dates are subject to change.

Percussion Ensemble
March 4  | 7:30 pm

Faculty Showcase
March 11  | 7:30 pm

The Last 5 Years
March 18, 19, 20  | 7:30 pm
Music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown
**Streamed on ShowTix4U**

Brass Ensembles
March 25  | 7:30 pm

Theatre & Dance

Dark Improv  CMU's Trap Door Improv
March 6  | 8:00 pm
Trap Door Improv is a comedy troupe of actors using audience suggestions to create dialogue, setting, and plot…on the spot!
This Studio Theatre production will be live-streamed on the Theatre & Dance Facebook page.

“Some Rise by Sin, and Some by Virtue Fall” - a Selection of Shakespeare Scenes
March 25-27  | 7:30 pm & March 28  | 2:00 pm
Written by Shakespeare and directed by Steve Berglund
Shakespeare’s tales capture the raw humor, passion, and perils of the human condition like no other writer in history. Experience a collection of his most gripping and hilarious moments of betrayal, misguided love, conspiracy, ambition, and revenge, as we present scenes from his plays such as Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Merry Wives of Windsor, and King Richard III.
Purchase live-stream tickets at $5 per individual or $10 per group.