Four ways to rediscover the University of Michigan Museum of Art online

Connect with UMMA and art online

Mark di Suvero's sculpture "Shang" stands tall outside of the UMMA. Photo | Sarah M. Parlette
Mark di Suvero's sculpture "Shang" stands tall outside of the UMMA. Photo | Sarah M. Parlette

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The University of Michigan Museum of Art is offering new ways for its patrons, artists and Ann Arbor community members to stay connected or rediscover what it has to offer.

Here are four of our favorite ways to add more art from the UMMA into your day.

Art in Your Inbox

Receive art from the UMMA in your inbox. You won’t get actual pieces of art but the email newsletter will feature pieces from the museum to help community members with finding perspective and prompting moments of peace.

According to the sign-up page, art will be in your inbox once or twice a week, or when a piece of artwork is particularly moving.

Sign up here.

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