Tibetan Monks Visit Kresge Art Museum– The Tibetan art will be on display at Kresge May 1-7.
The May Revolution– A film written and directed by English senior Ben Bode, and starring studio art junior Kevin Zmick and English senior Christin Trogan. The movie is loosely based on The Catcher in the Rye, a J.D. Salinger novel about the extremes of the pursuit of happiness. The film will be shown at Magdalena’s Tea House Tuesday, May 2 at 8 p.m.
Cat Chow, Second Skin: Ingenuity Transforms Fashion into Art– Nearly 20 poetic garments by contemporary artist Cat Chow will be on display at Kresge Art Museum, May 6- July 28.
East Lansing Art Festival– The top-ranked festival will take place Saturday, May 20, from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday, May 21, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. There are free concerts, an international food tent and free art activities.
Your Mother Should Know: A Tribute to The Beatles– The Mac’s Bar show will be Saturday, May 6. Eleven bands are set to perform, including The Pantones, Dirt Road Logic, LaSalle, Canada, The Gentlemen Callers, Speakerphone, The Flouride Program, Hugh Jorgan Luau Band, The Pop Project, Jeff Raudebaugh and John LaCross.
The Plurals– will play Friday, May 12 at Magdalena’s Tea House with A Story Told. The show begins at 8 p.m.
Molly-Jean– will play Friday, May 12 at The Window in East Lansing.
The Dirtbombs– a Detroit staple, will play the Temple Club Friday, May 19 at 9 p.m. with The Ghettobillies and Dead Stream Corners. The show is $10 advanced tickets for 18 and up.
La Famiglia– Grand Rapids’ hip-hop ensemble that performed at our benefit bash in April will be at Mac’s Bar Friday, May 19.