Monday, Nov. 5 — Coming Wednesday: “Welcome to the Broad,” a 56-page special issue celebrating the opening of the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum in East Lansing. “New Addition,” (above) by Kristin Cammermeyer was commissioned by the Broad and City Pulse. It will appear as the cover of Wednesday's special issue. Available at 480-plus locations and online at www.lansingcitypulse.com starting Wednesday.
Wednesday, Nov. 7 — Today was the final day to have your portrait taken for a photographic art installation project launched before the opening of the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum. However, there will be two more opportunities to become part of the project, called “The Gift: Lansing, Michigan,” on Saturday and Sunday.
Tuesday, Nov. 20 — Anyone interested in participating in a community-wide photo project being launched as part of the opening of the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum still have time to have their portraits taken for it.
Thursday, Jan. 24 — Friday is the last day for contributors to “The Gift: Lansing, MI” to participate in the conceptual art project, which was one of the debut exhibits for the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum.
Wednesday, Feb. 20 — “Green Day’s American Idiot,” the critically acclaimed punk rock musical based on the band’s 2004 conceptual album, comes to Wharton Center April 9 for a three-day run. Wharton Center is calling out to Lansing-area artists and graphic designers to submit artwork for the set.
For the second year in a row, that annual drunkfest-dressed-up-as-a-holiday known as St. Patrick's Day falls on a weekend. So instead of a single day of debauchery, you can fill all three nights and two very long days with green beer, Irish Car Bomb shots and parties on nearly every block.