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EAST LANSING, Mich. — Community members are invited to check out the latest rotating art display in downtown East Lansing, which features images from the Michigan State University (MSU) Broad Art Museum’s permanent collection.
The rotating art display was established by the City’s Downtown Development Authority in 2021 as an open-air public space. It includes four double-sided exhibit panels, each measuring 4’x6’, along the 400 block of Albert Avenue on the northside of the Division Street Parking Garage.
Installed earlier this month, the current exhibit features a medley of artwork from the MSU Broad Art Museum’s new project, The Center for Object Research and Engagement (The CORE).
“We're thrilled to be part of the next round of rotating art prints in downtown East Lansing. The City of East Lansing is a wonderful partner, and we're always happy to share the MSU Broad Art Museum's artwork with our community,” MSU Broad Art Museum Director of Communications Zoe Kissel said. “These prints feature selections from the museum's permanent collection. Opening this November, the public will be able to interact with works from our collection in new ways in The Center for Object Research and Engagement (The CORE). The CORE is an active, educational space for our collection that encourages close looking, learning and diverse experiences with art. Mark your calendars for The CORE's grand opening on November 10, 2023!"
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