January 24 – Student Late Night: Art in the Age of the Internet
Thursday, January 24
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
UM Museum of Art
Organized by U-M students for U-M students, and inspired by the exhibition Art in the Age of the Internet, the 10th annual Student Late Night event at UMMA will be a fun-filled creative explosion!
The internet has changed every aspect of contemporary life—from how we interact with each other to how we work and play. Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today examines the radical impact of internet culture on visual art since the invention of the web in 1989. This exhibition presents more than forty works across a variety of media—painting, performance, photography, sculpture, video, and web-based projects.
Come to the party and enjoy some of the best fun that the digital age has to offer! Participate in live collaborative art making, motion graphics, and sound mixing. Have fun at the Silent Disco, snag some free food, and have a blast!
Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today is organized by the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston and curated by Eva Respini, Barbara Lee Chief Curator, with Jeffrey De Blois, Assistant Curator.
Student Late Night: Art in the Age of the Internet is brought to you by the Student Collective at UMMA in partnership with Maize Collective, and co-sponsored by Arts at Michigan, ArtsEngine, the Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design, the Institute for the Humanities, the History of Art Department, American Culture, and the Museum Studies Program, with additional support from the African Student Association.