Accessing works of art is easier than ever with the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum on Michigan State University’s campus. The museum doors opened to the public and the MSU community in November 2012.
The museum is named for Eli and Edythe Broad, longtime supporters of MSU, who provided the initial funding support for the museum’s creation. The museum’s mission is to explore international contemporary culture. Broad currently houses more than 75 works of art, including international and contemporary artwork.
The museum was built by prize-winning architect Zhah Hadid. The museum’s building is made of pleated stainless steel and glass and covers 46,000 square feet.
The museum is located at 547 E. Circle Drive and their current hours can be accessed on their website.
Curious about what the museum has to offer? Check out this walking tour of the Broad Museum.