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60% of U.S. smartphone owners now visit their favorite social networking sites on a daily basis, up from 54% in 2011.
〽️@ArtsAtMichigan's Student Mini-Grants supported 63 student-initiated arts projects in 20-21. One project we supported was Epiphany, @SHEImagazine's Fall 2020 issue, which focused on existential themes. More projects we supported: https://t.co/JYxgeJYAwb https://t.co/vxcE6UoFQn
TONIGHT AT 8 ET! Tune in for a special selection from the archive! Watch:https://t.co/ZQSjrV6Cab Mexican artist Pedro Reyes utilizes sculpture, performance, video, and activism to address current social and political issues. #pedroreyes #mexicanartist #artist #sculptor https://t.co/3N5PTEkI0s
New fossils of this individual, found in Israel, are stirring intense debate among paleoanthropologists: Was it the earliest known Neanderthal in the Middle East, or a late remnant of a previously unknown Neanderthal ancestor? Read more for #FossilFriday! https://t.co/0V1VOmyenm
Take a #mural walk with us! Join A2AC Lead Curator Andrew Cohen as he guides you through our various public art projects inside Ann Arbor's Creative District, giving insight into the creatives and the stories behind their work. https://t.co/fm9KlSoyQM #A2ACMurals #A2ACAlleys
✨DAISY CHAIN✨ is a @UMichHumanities produced video zine featuring 9 artists & their illuminating perspectives during this time of re-emergence. One of them, Shanna Merola, is a visual artist, photojournalist and legal worker. Learn more at: https://t.co/e1hvgw86uH https://t.co/dNPUp3EU1C
What are #Detroit’s chances of hosting the #Olympics? An online exhibit created by Frederic Culpepper, Amanda Krugliak, Professors @sszy, and @silkiestmaria explores the history of the city’s Olympic bids and what the future could hold: https://t.co/hESH9PCkje https://t.co/fOWAvTQ9uu
Can you volunteer at #Artscapade this year? Artscapade 2021 will be Saturday, 8/28, from 6-9pm at @ummamuseum. We invite @UMichStudents, @Umich Faculty, Staff, @michiganalumni, & community members to sign up to help out! #GoBlue 〽️💙💛 https://t.co/YUM0dlE4mX https://t.co/LMTQ2egwAH
Phases of the moon are caused by the position of the earth & moon when orbiting the sun! We see the shadows created by the earth on the moon. The moon is visible at night because it is reflecting the sun's light. Find out more in our Planetarium shows!Thursdays @ 4!✨🌙🔭#MoonDay https://t.co/J3hEpCo28G