ANN ARBOR---The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit's Cultural Center is the destination for Saturday's (Nov. 17) Culture Bus excursion sponsored by the University of Michigan's Arts at Michigan program.
Featuring an ongoing exhibit, "Of the People: The African-American Experience," the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History showcases one of the largest displays on African-American people in the nation. The museum also is featuring another exhibition, "Human Rights, Civil Wrongs," that examines the relationship between the meaning of the U.S. Constitution and the continuing struggle of African Americans. Admission for the museum is $5 for adults and $3 for children (17 and under).
Culture Bus tours are open to all U-M students, faculty and staff. Group accommodations also can be made, and faculty members are encouraged to schedule class trips.
Faculty interested in special class tours can access information about chartering both U-M and non-U-M buses on the Arts at Michigan Culture Bus Web site, http://www.umich.edu/~arts/programs/culturebus.frames.html.
On regularly scheduled tour days, the bus departs from the Museum of Art, at the intersection of North University and State streets. Information about the Culture Bus schedule of events for next term also is available at the Culture Bus Web site.
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American HistoryOf the People: The African-American Experiencehttp://www.umich.edu/~arts/programs/culturebus.frames.html