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Exhibits

All Together Now, Art and Architecture Building, Warren Robbins Gallery, May 28-July 9. This exhibition features collaborations between children and their parents. Mark Nielsen, curator and Robbins Gallery director, has sought out work that provides a means to illuminate the lively and sometimes creative conversations that occur within families. Reception 6-9 p.m. June 11. Sponsored by the School of Art & Design, 936-2082.
Ann Arbor Public Schools Student Show, Taubman South Lobby, Floor 1, through June 16. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Archaeologies of Childhood: The First Years of Life in Roman Egypt, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, through September. The University's holdings of material from Roman Egypt show what children looked like and how they learned and played. They also help to illustrate the expectations and concerns of children in a North African culture that existed 2,000 years ago. The material in this exhibition is part of new research by U-M faculty and students to recover knowledge of childhood in Roman Egypt. Sponsored by the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, http://www.lsa.umich.edu/kelsey/. 
"The Life of the Lakes" exhibit—showing through May 31 at the Exhibit Museum of Natural History—explores the science of the Great Lakes, including the role of people in lake health and biodiversity.
Ceramics, by Susan Crowell, University Hospital Lobby, Floor 1, through June 16. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Children's Science Book Fair, Exhibit Museum of Natural History, through May 31. Offered annually by the Association of Science Technology Centers, this exhibit features 37 new science trade books for K-12 students, ranging from picture books to in-depth scientific discussions on topics such as astronomy, paleontology, environmental science, health and medicine, physics and technology. Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History, 764-0478.
Common and Uncommon Occurrences, by Margo Mensing, Lane Hall Art Gallery, through May 28. Sponsored by the Institute for the Humanities, 936-1930.
Conservation Genetics, Exhibit Museum of Natural History. A display exploring the application of genetics to evolutionary history and conservation biology, using the endangered harpy eagle as an example. Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History, 764-0478.
Desmatosuchus, Exhibit Museum of Natural History. The museum's display of this 200 million-year-old fossil has been updated with new labels and two contrasting models-one, an aquatic model made by museum sculptor Carleton Angell, and the second, a terrestrial model. Scientists are not certain whether Desmatosuchus was an aquatic or land animal. Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History, 764-0478.
East Meets West, by Michigan Quilt Artists, Taubman North Lobby, Floor 1, through June 16. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Eighth Annual All-Michigan, All-Media Competition, Alfred Berkowitz Gallery, U-M-Dearborn, through June 18. The eighth in a series of annual competitions open to artists 18 and older living and/or working in Michigan. The competition is open to all subjects and a wide range of various media is expected. Two- and three-dimensional works are eligible. Works dealing with ethnic diversity will be given special consideration in celebration of the diverse student body at U-M-Dearborn. Sponsored by the U-M-Dearborn Art Museum Project, (313) 593-5058.
Eyes Have It, monotype prints by Maki McCreery-Braun, Michigan League Cafe, May 29-June 25. Sponsored by the Michigan League Programming Office, 763-4652.
Fun with Fungi, Exhibit Museum of Natural History, Floor 3. The revised exhibit will explore the different kinds of fungi-there are more than 100,000 species-how they disperse spores, and some of their practical uses and dangers. The display includes a model of a human foot with "athlete's foot" growing on it, a giant puffball, and a photograph of "Armillaria gallica"-a fungus that can grow to several acres in size. Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History, 764-0478.
Venus will make a rare pass between the Earth and sun on June 8. The next transit will occur June 6, 2012.
Hand Crafted Jewelry, by Heather Dombey, Taubman North Lobby, Floor 1, June 21-Aug. 18. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Hear, Near and Beyond, by Faculty Women's Club, Painting Section, Pierpont Commons, Wall Gallery, through May 28. More than 15 women artists present a variety of media and stylistic interpretations of still lifes and landscapes. The exhibit celebrates the joy of painting through shared experience, encouragement and exchange. Sponsored by Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs, 647-6838.
Journeys-Drawing on My Travels, colored pencil and paper by Kathleen Kelley, Pierpont Commons, through June 3. Kelley has drawn the landscapes she photographed during her many travels in North America and Europe. She strives to capture and convey in each drawing a fragment of the beauty that surrounds us. Sponsored by Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs, 647-6838.
Ka-Boom! Meteor and Asteroid Impacts, Exhibit Museum of Natural History. The display explains the differences between space dust, meteors, meteorites, meteoroids, asteroids and comets, and speculates about the roles asteroids may have had in Earth's history (including the theory that an asteroid impact contributed to the demise of the dinosaurs). Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History, 764-0478.
Landscape Oil Paintings, by Sandra DiFazio, Michigan League Cafe, June 26-July 23. Sponsored by the Michigan League Programming Office, 763-4652.
Landscape Paintings, by Keri Coran Wagner, University Hospital Main Corridor, Floor 2, through June 16. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Life after Sex: Imagining the Genomic Era, Palmer Commons, through May 28. Part of the Life Sciences Institute (LSI) grand opening. Sponsored by LSI, 764-8192.
The Life of the Lakes, Exhibit Museum of Natural History, through May 31. The exhibit explores the science of the Great Lakes, including the role of people in lake health and biodiversity. It will highlight one artist's view of Michigan lake and wetland habitats with a memorial display of the work of local printmaker Alice Berle Crawford. Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History and the Michigan Sea Grant College Program, 764-0478.
Lighthouse Watercolors, by Margaret Glinke, Cancer Center & Geriatrics Center, Turner Clinic Lobby, Floor 1, through Aug. 18. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Masterworks of African Art: Gabon and Cameroon, Museum of Art, through Nov. 7. This installation will explore the complex interrelationship between African form and meaning and the historical moment in which specific artistic traditions were produced. The works selected were created at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries. The artistic traditions of Gabon and Cameroon left a lasting impact on European individuals during this period, when travelers and colonial administrators collected large numbers of works for ethnographic museums or simply as souvenirs. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
Memorials of Life in Ancient China: Chinese Mortuary Art Across Four Millennia, Museum of Art. Since the beginnings of Chinese civilization, one of its identifying characteristics has been a concern with the welfare of the dead. This exhibition traces evolving customs of burial across four millennia and reveals major shifts in political, social and religious history. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
The Mirror of Simple Souls, a handmade libretto by Kim Anno with Anne Carson, Rackham Building, Room 520, through May 30. Sponsored by the Institute for the Humanities, 936-1930.
Nature Transformed: Wood Art from the Bohlen Collection, Museum of Art, June 12-Oct. 3. The exhibit marks the first public display of Bob and Lillian Montalto Bohlen's 2002 gift to the museum. It includes approximately 75 works from 65 American, European and Australian artists. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
New Fibers, Art and Architecture Building, Jean Paul Slusser Gallery, June 11-July 21. This exhibition includes a broad range of contemporary fiber art-from textiles rooted in traditional processes and materials to sculptural and mixed media-by 36 artists from Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Wisconsin. Juror talk by Dorothy Caldwell, 3 p.m. June 11, Art and Architecture Auditorium. Reception 7-9 p.m. June 11. Sponsored by the School of Art & Design, 936-2082.
Nursing Dolls, by Linda Strodtman, Taubman North Lobby, Floor 1, through June 16. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Painting Big, Museum of Art, West Gallery, June 5-27. Several examples of the successful use of the large-scale painting format by modern and contemporary artists, including Hughie O'Donoghue, Helen Frankenthaler and Joan Mitchell. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
Photography, by Monte Nagler, Taubman North Lobby, Floor 1, June 21-Aug. 18. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Sculpture, by Wendel Heers, Cancer Center & Geriatrics Center Main Lobby, Floor B2, through Aug. 18. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Staff@Work, Work, 306 S. State St., June 11-July 24. Staff members from the School of Art & Design (A&D) demonstrate their creative talents in an exhibition of work in a range of media. Reception 6-9 p.m. June 11. Sponsored by A&D, 936-2082.
The Stearns Collection, School of Music. One of six major collections of musical instruments in North America; contains more than 2,000 instruments, ranging from typical period pieces to rare items. Sponsored by the School of Music, 763-4389.
Stories from the Past: Narrative in Asian Art, Museum of Art, through July 25. The exhibit explores the way artists from Persia, India, Bali, China and Japan have created, in visual form, the most enduring narratives of their respective cultures. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
Surrealist Colored Pencil, by Jill Kline, University Hospital Main Corridor, Floor 2, June 21-Aug. 18. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Tapestries, by Sherri Smith, University Hospital Main Lobby, Floor 1, through Aug. 18. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Treasures of Islamic Art from UMMA Collections, Museum of Art. The Islamic art in the UMMA collection is well known to scholars throughout the world, but may be much less familiar to regular museum visitors. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
The Tree of Life, Exhibit Museum of Natural History. An interactive, large plasma screen display illustrating the evolutionary tree. Visitors can explore the relationships between different organisms and look at current research and conservation efforts. Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History, 764-0478.
Turned Wood from the Museum of Art, University Hospital Lobby, Floor 1, June 21-Aug. 18. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
U-M Detroit Observatory, 1398 E. Ann St. The oldest in the United States to retain its original telescopes in their mounts. It houses exhibits and collections highlighting the observatory's role in introducing scientific research to campus and significant discoveries made by its astronomers. Sponsored by the U-M Detroit Observatory, 763-2230.
U-M Health System Annual Employee Show, Taubman South Lobby, Floor 1, June 21-Aug. 18. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
A World of Orchids: Japanese Prints of Species Orchids from the Villa Oyamazaki, Museum of Art, through July 11. The Villa Oyamazaki was the estate of Japanese entrepreneur Kaga Sh?tar?, a collector and cultivator of orchids. In the 1940s, he commissioned Ikeda Zuigetsu to record the collection in paint and a group of craftsmen to reproduce the paintings as color woodblock prints. The 20 prints in the exhibition illustrate this Japanese art form at its technical peak. Sponsored by the Museum of Art and Center for Japanese Studies, 763-8662.

Regular Meetings


Alanon, support group for family and friends of alcoholics, 6 p.m. every Thursday while U-M is in session, Guild House Campus Ministry, 802 Monroe, (734) 662-5189.
Alcoholics Anon, Unity AA Group, closed discussion, cross-addicts welcome, 12:10 p.m. Mon-Fri, Guild House Campus Ministry, 802 Monroe, (734) 662-5189.
Guild House, free casual Sunday supper for students, 6-7:30 p.m., 802 Monroe, (734) 662-5189 or guildhouse@umich.edu.

Recreation

Learn to Sail, 9 a.m.-noon Saturdays, Dexter. First two lessons are free; no advance signup required. Sponsored by the U-M Sailing Club, (734) 426-4299 or http://www.umich.edu/~umsc
Yost Ice Arena: Public skating, closed until July 11, 764-4600.

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May 24-June 7

Monday, May 24
Colloquium: David Ropeik, The Perception of Risk: Why Our Fears Don't Match the Facts, noon-1 p.m., U-M Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI), McCormick Conference Room. Sponsored by UMTRI, 936-2070.

Tuesday, May 25
Workshop: The Artful Life, noon-1:30 p.m., Center for the Education of Women (CEW), 330 E. Liberty St. This three-part workshop is designed to help awaken creative abilities and develop intuition that can be especially helpful during times of transition or anticipated change in work or personal life. Sponsored by CEW, (734) 998-7080. Registration and fee required.
Workshop: Arab and Chaldean American Writers Workshop, 4-7 p.m., CASL Building, Room 1093, U-M-Dearborn. This creative-writing workshop will focus on fiction. Class continues Tuesdays-Thursdays through June 3. Sponsored by the U-M-Dearborn Center for Arab American Studies, (313) 583-6334.

FE, HRD & IT Classes

Faculty Exploratory
http://www.lib.umich.edu/exploratory/
(734) 647-7406
Registration required; most classes for faculty only

Human Resources
& Affirmative Action
Human Resource Development
http://www.umich.edu/~hrd
(734) 764-7410
Registration and fee required

Information Technology
Central Services
IT Education Classes
http://www.itd.umich.edu/education
(734) 763-3700
Registration and fee required

Monday, May 10
Dreamweaver IV (IT), 1-3 p.m.

Tuesday, May 11
Influencing Management and Peers (HRD), 8:30 a.m.-noon
FileMaker Pro II (IT), 9 a.m.-noon
Fundamentals of Project Management: Getting from ?˜Do It?N to ?˜Did It
Successfully?N (HRD)
, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Excel III (IT), 1-4 p.m.

Wednesday, May 12
Stress Management (HRD),
8:30 a.m.-noon
PageMaker Introduction (IT),
9 a.m.-noon
WWW HTML Authoring Introduction (IT), 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Beyond Customer Service: The Next Steps (HRD), 8:30 a.m.-noon
Dreamweaver V (IT), 1-3 p.m.

Thursday, May 13
Leading Trough Change and Transition (HRD), 8:30 a.m.-noon
Acrobat (IT), 9-11 a.m.
FileMaker Pro III (IT), 9 a.m.-noon
Excel IV (IT), 1-4 p.m.

Friday, May 14
Flash Introduction (IT), 9 a.m.-noon
Proofreading (HRD), 9 a.m.-noon
Dreamweaver Navigation Bars, Table Data, and Searches (IT), 1-3 p.m.

Monday, May 17
WWW Getting Started with Web
Publishing at U-M (IT)
, 1-4 p.m.

Tuesday, May 18
Foundations of Supervision (HRD),
8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Access Introduction (IT), 9 a.m.-noon
Word I (IT), 1-4 p.m.

Wednesday May 19
Something Fishy Out There (HRD),
8:30 a.m.-noon
Presenting a Professional Image (HRD), 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
PowerPoint I (IT), 9 a.m.-noon

Thursday, May 20
Foundations of Supervision (HRD),
8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Access Tables and Relationships (IT), 9 a.m.-noon
Photoshop II (IT), 9 a.m.-noon

Friday, May 21
WWW HTML CGIs and Forms (IT),
8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Monday, May 24
Windows File Management (IT),
10 a.m.-noon
Word II, (IT), 1-4 p.m.

Tuesday, May 25
Access Queries I (IT), 9 a.m.-noon
Photoshop Creating Web Graphics (IT), 9 a.m.-noon

Wednesday, May 26
Practical Problem Solving (HRD),
8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Word III (IT), 9 a.m.-noon
PowerPoint II (IT), 9 a.m.-noon

Thursday, May 27
Relational Database Design (IT),
9 a.m.-noon
Project I (IT), 1-5 p.m.

Friday, May 28
Illustrator Introduction (IT),
8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Cooking Classes

East Ann Arbor Health Center
Demonstration Kitchen
4260 Plymouth Road
Sponsored by MFit
(734) 975-4387, ext. 236
Registration and fee required

Wednesday, May 19
In the Herb Garden, 6-8 p.m.

Wednesday, May 26
Art Video: Ramayana, 12:10 p.m., Museum of Art. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
Lecture: Graveyards 101: Randal Woodland, The New Orleans Way of Death, 7 p.m., CASL Building, Room 1030, U-M-Dearborn. Sponsored by U-M-Dearborn.
Workshop: Arab and Chaldean American Writers Workshop, 4-7 p.m., CASL Building, Room 1093, U-M-Dearborn (see May 25 description).
Workshop: Practical Help for Caregivers, 7-8:30 p.m., Ypsilanti District Library, 5577 Whittaker Road. U-M specialists in elderly care will present practical advice on helping caregivers maintain their own health and provide good care. Sponsored by the Geriatrics Center and Turner Geriatric Clinic, 764-2556.

Thursday, May 27
Lecture: Basic Sailing 102, 7:45 p.m., Mason Hall, Room 3447. Learn about basic sailing theory and downwind techniques, for beginners. Sponsored by the U-M Sailing Club, http://www.umich.edu~umsc or (734) 426-4299.
Performance: Gregory Sulik and Donald Grant, piano and clarinet duo, 12:10 p.m., University Hospital Main Lobby, Floor 1. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Play: Festival of New Works: End of the Universe, 8 p.m., Frieze Building, Trueblood Theatre. Sponsored by the Trueblood Theatre Series, 763-8587. Tickets required.
Workshop: Introduction to Proc Mixed, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., School of Public Health II, Room M4332 (morning) and Computing Classroom A (afternoon). Class will continue 9 a.m. May 28. Sponsored by the Center for Statistical Consultation and Research, 764-7828. Registration and fee required.
Workshop: Arab and Chaldean American Writers Workshop, 4-7 p.m., CASL Building, Room 1093, U-M-Dearborn (see May 25 description).

Friday, May 28
Play: Festival of New Works: End of the Universe, 8 p.m., Frieze Building, Trueblood Theatre. Sponsored by the Trueblood Theatre Series, 763-8587. Tickets required.
Symposium: 2nd Annual Health Sciences Symposium, Interdisciplinary Depression Research: The Michigan Roadmap, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Rackham Auditorium.

Saturday, May 29
Planetarium Show: The Stars of Spring, 11:30 a.m., 1:30 & 3:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History. The spring sky contains few bright stars, but several significant constellations. It also is the best time of year to see the most famous pattern in the sky-the Big Dipper. Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History, 764-0478.
Planetarium Show: Adventures Along the Spectrum, 12:30 & 2:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History. A classic show from the early 1980s featuring Professor Photon, who leads a tour of the electromagnetic spectrum and teaches that there is more to light than meets the eye. Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History, 764-0478.
Play: Festival of New Works: End of the Universe, 8 p.m., Frieze Building, Trueblood Theatre. Sponsored by the Trueblood Theatre Series, 763-8587. Tickets required.
Tour: Dinosaurs, 2 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History. Free, 30-minute, docent-led tour of the dinosaur exhibits. Sign up day of the tour. Limit 15 people. Sponsored by the U-M Credit Union, 764-0478.

Sunday, May 30
Planetarium Show: The Stars of Spring, 1:30 & 3:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see May 29 description).
Planetarium Show: Adventures Along the Spectrum, 12:30 & 2:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see May 29 description).
Tour: Dinosaurs, 2 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see May 29 description).

Tuesday, June 1
Workshop: Issues in Analysis of Complex Sample Survey Data, 9 a.m.-noon, Mason Hall, Room G353. Class will continue 9 a.m. June 3 and 8. Sponsored by the Center for Statistical Consultation and Research,
764-7828. Registration and fee required.
Workshop: Arab and Chaldean American Writers Workshop, 4-7 p.m., CASL Building, Room 1093, U-M-Dearborn (see May 25 description).

Wednesday, June 2
Art Video: Art of the Book: Persian Miniatures from the Shahnameh, 12:10 p.m., Museum of Art. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
Lecture: Graveyards 101: Ronald Stockton, Images of Death in Comparative Perspective, 7 p.m., CASL Building, Room 1030,
U-M-Dearborn. Sponsored by U-M-Dearborn.
Workshop: Arab and Chaldean American Writers Workshop, 4-7 p.m., CASL Building, Room 1093, U-M-Dearborn (see May 25 description).

Thursday, June 3
Lecture: Capsize and Man Overboard, 7:45 p.m., Mason Hall, Room 3447. Sponsored by the U-M Sailing Club, (734) 426-4299 or http://www.umich.edu/~umsc 
Performance: Ginke Ortega and friends, world music, noon, University Hospital Courtyard. Sponsored by Gifts of Art, 936-2787.
Performance: Javanese Music and Dance, 7 p.m., Museum of Art. The Javanese art form is part of an ancient tradition of courtly dance that is depicted in works of art displayed in "Stories from the Past: Narrative in Asian Art." Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
Workshop: Arab and Chaldean American Writers Workshop, 4-7 p.m., CASL Building, Room 1093, U-M-Dearborn (see May 25 description).

Friday, June 4
Commencement Activities: Medical School, 3 p.m., Hill Auditorium, 763-7981. Speaker: Dr. Elias Zerhouni, director of the National Institutes of Health. A ticketed reception for graduates, their families and guests will be 4:30-6 p.m. in the Michigan League Ballroom. For more information, visit http://www.umich.edu~gradinfo or 647-6037.

Saturday, June 5
Commencement Activities: College of Pharmacy, 1 p.m., Rackham Auditorium, 764-7144. Speaker: Daniel Ashby, director of pharmacy, Johns Hopkins University Hospital, and clinical professor, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. A reception will follow in the Rackham Building lobby. For more information, visit http://www.umich.edu~gradinfoor (734) 647-6037.
Planetarium Show: The Stars of Spring, 11:30 a.m., 1:30 & 3:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see May 29 description).
Planetarium Show: Adventures Along the Spectrum, 12:30 & 2:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see May 29 description).
Tour: Dinosaurs, 2 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see May 29 description).

Sunday, June 6
Planetarium Show: The Stars of Spring, 1:30 & 3:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see May 29 description).
Planetarium Show: Adventures Along the Spectrum, 2:30 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see May 29 description).
Talk: Curator's Talk, Painting Big, 3 p.m., Museum of Art, West Gallery. University Curator for Modern and Contemporary Art Sean Ulmer will discuss the installation "Painting Big," a large collection of contemporary American and British paintings. Sponsored by the Museum of Art, 763-8662.
Tour: U-M Detroit Observatory open house, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., 1398 E. Ann St. Sponsored by the U-M Detroit Observatory, 763-2230.
Tour: Dinosaurs, 2 p.m., Exhibit Museum of Natural History (see May 29 description).

Monday, June 7
Lecture: Shannon Murphy, Transit of Venus: A Century of Anticipation, 7:30 p.m., Angell Hall, Auditorium A. Murphy will give a brief history of Venus transits, discuss what has been learned from them, and explain what could be learned from the transit June 8. Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum of Natural History, 764-0478.

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Tuesday, June 8
Picnic: U-M Children's Centers (UMCC) Annual Picnic, 6-8 p.m., Burns Park, Ann Arbor. All families and alumni of UMCC and the Children's Center for Working Families are invited. Sponsored by UMCC, 763-6784 or (734) 998-7600.
Seminar: New Models for Health Care Cost Containment, 7:30-9:30 a.m., Crowne Plaza, 610 Hilton Blvd. Sponsored by the U-M Health System's MWorks Occupational Health Division and MFit Health Promotion Division, (734) 975-4635, ext. 235, or http://www.med.umich.edu/mworks/breakfastbriefing. 

Sunday, June 13
Event: Cancer Survivors Day Celebration: The Art of Survival, 1-3:30 p.m., Washtenaw Community College, Morris Lawrence Building, 4800 E. Huron River Dr. The celebration will demonstrate how elements from the world of the creative arts can be used to more fully understand and express the multitude of feelings that come with the cancer experience. Sponsored by the Comprehensive Cancer Center, (800) 742-2300, ext. 6275 or http://www.mcancer.org/events.