Be a part of UMMA's banner reopening year.
240,000 visitors and counting since late March 2009
In March 2009, the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA) unveiled to the public a landmark 53,000-square-foot expansion, named the Maxine and Stuart Frankel and the Frankel Family Wing for its lead benefactors, and a major restoration of its historic, 41,000-square-foot home, Alumni Memorial Hall. Not only has the new UMMA more than twice the space available for collections display, temporary exhibitions, programs and educational exploration, but has become a lively new meeting place for the arts, a bridge between visual art and contemporary culture, campus and community.
So far during its reopening year, the Museum has drawn 240,000 visitors and counting, but this achievement is about more than just numbers. There is so much to see and do at the new UMMA that each visit offers the potential for a unique and rich experience. Please tell us about your UMMA experience—whether it is your first or one of many—and what it has meant to you. Thank you for taking the time to make the new UMMA part of your life, and for sharing your UMMA story with us.
Please share your UMMA Story: