University of Michigan’s Museum of Art—a Conversation with Joseph Rosa

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University of Michigan Museum of Art. Photo Credit: Tom Wilmer

A highlight of a sojourn on the campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor was a most compelling, thought provoking, and revealing conversation with Joseph Rosa, the Director of the University’s Museum of Art.

Art museums are sometimes stuffy and static repositories, but the University of Michigan’s Museum of Art is a dynamic and vibrantly-alive place. It engages and involves virtually every academic discipline, from dance and music, to medicine, the sciences, architecture and more. Additionally there’s an intrinsic mission to engage, captivate and involve the general public, from kids in strollers, to octogenarians. Join correspondent, Tom Wilmer for a fascinating conversation with Joseph Rosa, and Suzanne Kocsis, Communications manager at the University of Michigan Museum of Art.


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