Happy Friday! The winter Olympics are in full swing and all that glitters in South Korea is bronze, silver, and gold. Today on Museum Bites, we too, are headed to Korea via the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA).
Today on Museum Bites we’re wrapping up our tour of the Grand Rapids Public Museum with a trip through candy land!
Today on Museum Bites we’re celebrating the good old reliable and versatile chair. Not only can they be folded, stacked, rocked, reclined and spun, chairs can serve as a handy step stool, makeshift lock, or sought-after commodity in a popular children’s game.
Today I’ll be marching in support of sexual assault survivors and also for change at Michigan State University.
Old favorites like dragons, Sasquatch, and the Loch Ness monster are on display, but the exhibit also includes a goat-sucking vampire, elephant-devouring bird, and a tobacco-loving cat. Join me for a brief look at these lesser-known beasties.
From Queen Nefertiti to marauding Vikings, ancient gamers took perilous journeys through the afterlife, besieged and vanquished their enemies, and made humble offerings to their gaming gods.
All this excitement culminates on the eve of December 5th when children young and old await Sinterklaas’s loud banging on the front door.