The Office of University Outreach and Engagement facilitates access to and dissemination of artistic expression through educational arts programming and culturally-engaged research and events.

A selection of UOE projects and resources is listed here.

Creative Conversations: Creating Equitable Arts and Cultural Community Engagement Partnerships: Webinar Series

This series is designed to foster new arts and cultural community-engaged partnerships for community-engaged social chan

Greater Lansing Creative Placemaking Summit Series

An annual series of Creative Placemaking Summits has been organized by a steering committee including the university, tr

Michigan Traditional Arts Program

The Michigan Traditional Arts Program is a partnership of the MSU Museum and the Michigan Arts and Culture Council to ad

MSU Museum @ the MSU Detroit Center

This collaboration between the MSU Museum and the MSU Detroit Center brings rotating collections and featured exhibition

MSU Museum/Nelson Mandela Partnership

This partnership was established in 2000 when the Nelson Mandela Museum was founded in South Africa. The activities incl

Native Hawaiian Intangible Cultural Heritage Partnership Project with University of Hawaii and Bishop Museum

A collaborative, ongoing research project focusing on training, documentation, presentation, community engagement, publi

Our Daily Work/Our Daily Lives Program

The Our Daily Work/Our Daily Lives program is a cooperative project that focuses on the cultural traditions of workers,

Programming on the Indian-American Experience and a New Partnership Between MSU Museum and the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute (BORI)

Building on a long-standing relationship with the local Indian community, the MSU Museum has embarked on building collec

The Ave: A Community Collaborative Economic Development Project

This project is designed to document and present the diverse cultural expressions along “The Ave”—the

The Barbara Van Baalen/MSU Museum Internship Partnership Program

The Barbara Van Baalen/MSU Museum Internship Program was officially launched in January 2010. The program provides oppor

Tribal Museum Partnership for the Documentation of Anishinabek Porcupine Quillwork Traditions

This collaborative partnership has been developed to document and present a distinctive cultural tradition that has not

U.S./China Museums and Intangible Heritage Partnership Project

The American Folklore Society has received a series of major grants from the Henry Luce Foundation to continue its colla

Ubuntu: Museums and Communities Connect Partnership

The Michigan State University Museum and the Stellenbosch University Museum are collaborating on a series of convenings