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Hearts for Art - Join us as we participate in the Hearts for Art project from February 7th through the 14th, 2019. Museum visitors may pick up a heart from the front desk, place it in front of their favorite work of art in the permanent galleries.  More »


Shibori & Salt Silk Scarves Workshop - Join instructor Terry Tarnow for a workshop on silk scarf dyeing.   More »


Monoprint Scarves Workshop - Join instructor Terry Tarnow for a silk scarf dyeing workshop.  More »


The Golden Dragon Acrobats - Direct from Hebei, China, the Golden Dragon Acrobats have thrilled audiences all over the world performing in over 65 countries and all 50 states since 1978. Their amazing artistry, beautiful costumes and props provide a visual feast for the entire family to enjoy. ​  More »


The Providers - A free screening of The Providers, presented by Indy Lens Pop-Up.  More »


Dervish - Dervish have been bringing Irish traditional music to the world for more than 25 years. Described by the BBC as “an icon of Irish music”, the band have played at festivals from Rio to Glastonbury. They are regular visitors to the US, performing sell out shows from coast to coast.  More »


Albert Cummings - Albert Cummings writes, plays, and sings the blues like nobody else. B.B. King dubbed Cummings “a great guitarist.” Guitar Edge Magazine said, “Cummings effortlessly shifts from chimney subdued stylings to raucous roadhouse raunch to soaring yet stinging lead lines, driving his audience to frenzy in all the right places.”   More »


Aguankó - Aguankó, the ensemble led by percussionist and composer Alberto Nacíf, is a talented group of Michigan-based musicians who are steeped in the tradition of jazz infused Son-Salsa.   More »


Inuit Art Buying Trip to Toronto - Join The Dennos on our Inuit Art venture to Toronto, Ontario April 11-14th, 2019!   More »


Bob James Trio - We welcome the return of Bob James to Milliken with the Traverse City debut of his newest album, Espresso, featuring drummer Billy Kilson and bassist Michael Palazzolo. Do not miss what is sure to be a spectacular end to the 2018- 2019 concert season with one of the great jazz pianists of our time.​  More »