Arts

Michigan Avenue Bridge Begins Artistic Transformation

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Local artist Brian Whitfield says he's excited and honored to be tapped to create the public art that will (literally) bridge the communities of Lansing and East Lansing. Ann Kammerer reports.

Elaine Yehl: The Face Behind the Signs

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Did you know that a real, live, local artist creates all the art at the East Lansing's Whole Foods Market? Here, she talks with ELi's newest reporter, Sarah Spohn, about art, passions, and finding a calling in life.

Seniors Perform Solos at High School

Monday, April 24, 2017

This year’s Senior Solo Recital concert drew warm applause from an appreciative audience, as the musical talents of dozens of East Lansing High School graduating seniors were featured.

Habibi Dancers Offer Spring Workshop and Performances

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

This weekend brings the opportunity to immerse yourself in belly dancing and Middle Eastern culture with the Habibi Dancers, at the Hannah Community Center. Coleen Moyerbrailean reports.

Double Art Installation Runs through April

Monday, April 10, 2017

Now on exhibit at the East Lansing Public Library are works by Elaine Dobrowolski and Lily LaFollette, who each pursued her passion for painting after an earlier career, in one case in auto manufacturing, in the other, in business.

Musical Memories Chamber Music at Burcham Hills

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Inspired by the positive effects of music during her mother's years with Alzheimer's, one woman helped to fund a unique, interactive program for MSU music students and memory care patients. Ann Kammerer reports.

MSU Orchesis Dance Company's Annual Concert Coming Soon

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Orchesis is the only dance organization at MSU sponsored by the Theater Department. Their upcoming annual concert includes works choreographed by students, professors and Billy Bell of "So You Think You Can Dance."

East Lansing High School Alum Creates Kidsrise Project

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Kidrise, a photography project created by an ELHS alumna to give a voice to the next generation of voters, visited the East Lansing Public Library this week. Telaina and Casandra Eriksen report.

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