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Carr Center finds temporary home on Woodward

Carr Center finds temporary home on WoodwardThe nonprofit Carr Center is leasing space from Bedrock on Woodward indefinitely, could get permanent space
  • Detroit
  • 1 day, 8 hours ago
Arts

Artists studios to fill entire floor in Fisher Building

Artists studios to fill entire floor in Fisher BuildingDevelopers of Detroit’s Fisher Building will devote fourth floor to studios for creatives
  • Arts
  • 1 day, 8 hours ago
Entertainment

African World Festival Friday-Sunday at Wright Museum

Music, dance, entertainment and food at the African World Festival Friday - SundayThe African World Festival runs 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. at the Wright Museum in Detroit all weekend long.
  • Entertainment
  • 3 days, 9 hours ago
Detroit

Garage in New Center gets WC Bevan mural

Garage in New Center gets WC Bevan muralThe black-and-white mural greets travelers passing the Baltimore Garage in the New Center area
  • Detroit
  • 3 days, 17 hours ago
Arts

Toledo Museum of Art hosts once-in-a-lifetime show

‘The Berlin Painter’ by Athenian artist 2,500 years ago dazzles at Toledo Museum of Art‘The Berlin Painter and His World’ spotlights an anonymous Athenian artist working 2,500 years ago
  • Arts
  • 5 days, 13 hours ago
Arts

Van Gogh ‘Sunflowers’ reunited online

Van Gogh ‘Sunflowers’ reunited onlineFive versions of a Vincent van Gogh masterpiece are being reunited for the first time in a “virtual exhibition”
  • Arts
  • 5 days, 20 hours ago
Detroit

Yoga on the River to benefit Forgotten Harvest

Yoga on the River in Detroit to benefit Forgotten HarvestYoga on the River will be held Wednesday on Cobo Square, and a $10 donation will go to Forgotten Harvest
  • Detroit
  • 1 week ago
Detroit

Metal workers converge, create at free Detroit festival
Detroit is hosting a daylong festival showcasing the city’s metal working culture and featuring a challenge for welders

Metal workers converge, create at free Detroit festivalDetroit is hosting a daylong festival showcasing the city’s metal working culture and featuring a challenge for welders
  • Detroit
  • 1 week ago
Nation

NYC art exhibit is for the dogs

NYC art exhibit is for the dogsThe idea is the brainchild of former Washington Post art critic Jessica Dawson, who says she was inspired by her rescue
  • Nation
  • 1 week, 1 day ago
Entertainment

Salvador Salort-Pons becomes citizen in ceremony at DIA

Salvador Salort-Pons becomes citizen in ceremony at DIASalvador Salort-Pons, Spanish head of the Detroit Institute of Arts, became a citizen in a ceremony in Rivera Court.
  • Entertainment
  • 1 week, 1 day ago
Arts

The Spanish director of the DIA becoming a U.S. citizen

The Spanish director of the DIA becoming a U.S. citizenMadrid-born director of the Detroit Institute of Arts will take the oath of allegiance in the DIA’s Rivera Court Friday.
  • Arts
  • 1 week, 2 days ago
Entertainment

New Grosse Pointe Park sculpture gestures to Detroit

‘Sails of Two Cities’ celebrates Grosse Pointe Park and Detroit’s ties to the waterA new statue in Grosse Pointe Park, just a block from the Detroit border, celebrates both cities.
  • Entertainment
  • 2 weeks ago
Arts

Italian art gallery’s pricing encourages longer visits

Italian art gallery’s new pricing encourages longer visitsThe famed Uffizi Gallery in Florence is taking a swipe at so-called ‘hit-and-run tourism’
  • Arts
  • 2 weeks, 1 day ago
Obituary

Bill Rauhauser, dean of Detroit photography, dies at 98

Bill Rauhauser, dean of Detroit photography, dies at 98One of Detroit’s preeminent artistic photographers and the 2014 Kresge Eminent Artist died of a stroke Saturday
  • Obituary
  • 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Arts

Muskegon museum showcases Native American exhibit

Muskegon Museum of Art exhibit showcases photos of 1900s Native Americans30-year work of Edward Curtis chronicled the lives of 82 tribes west of the Missouri River
  • Arts
  • 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Entertainment

Murals by Detroit artists promote movie premiere

Murals by Detroit artists promote movie premiereMurals by Detroit artists promote movie premiere
  • Entertainment
  • 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Arts

Grants to help DIA to create ‘town square’ on Woodward

$250,000 grants to help DIA to create ‘town square’ on WoodwardDetroit Institute of Arts won $250,000 in grants to help museum convert its front yard into a community space
  • Arts
  • 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Arts

Detroit artists bring ’67 full circle through murals

Murals by Detroit artists depict intensity that unfolds in ‘Detroit’Local artists spark discussion through special-commissioned downtown murals depicting scenes from ‘Detroit.’
  • Arts
  • 3 weeks, 3 days ago
Movies

Historical society trailer encourages ‘perspective’

Detroit Historical Society trailer previews ‘Detroit’Detroit Historical Society’s trailer encourages viewers of ‘Detroit’ to visit its ’67 exhibit for ‘perspective.’
  • Movies
  • 3 weeks, 3 days ago
Arts

MOCAD fundraiser boasts new art in classic house

Modernist masterpiece on Lake St. Clair filled with new art for MOCAD gala fundraiserThe W. Hawkins Ferry house, designed by William Kessler, is the setting for an art-filled fundraiser for MOCAD
  • Arts
  • 3 weeks, 3 days ago
Arts

P-Funk, Yoakam, B-52s to headline Arts, Beats & Eats

George Clinton, Dwight Yoakam, 311, B-52s and more to headline Arts, Beats & EatsThe Labor Day weekend festival increased the entertainment budget by $100,000 for 20th anniversary event
  • Arts
  • 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Entertainment

Tour of the Ann Arbor Art Fair

Tour of the Ann Arbor Art FairThe Ann Arbor Art Fair tour with musical accompaniment of the Violin Monster.
  • Entertainment
  • 4 weeks ago
Arts

Art of transformative rebellion at Wright Museum, DIA

Art of transformative rebellion at Wright Museum, DIA50 years after the ’67 uprising, Detroit Institute of Arts and Charles H. Wright examine art as a political weapon
  • Arts
  • 4 weeks, 1 day ago
News

Annual Ann Arbor Art Fair

Annual Ann Arbor Art FairAnnual Ann Arbor Art Fair
  • News
  • 1 month ago
Arts

Detroit ’67 plays: Detroiters tell their own stories

Two plays recounting the events of the ’67 uprisings open in time for 50th anniversary“AFTER/LIFE,” by Lisa Biggs, debuts and “Detroit ’67,” by Dominique Morriseau, returns for free showings in Detroit
  • Arts
  • 1 month ago
Entertainment

Entertainment Calendar: Things to do this week

Entertainment Calendar: Things to do this week in Metro DetroitAnn Arbor Art Fairs, Faster Horses Festival, Founders Festival, Vans Warped Tour and more on tap this week
  • Entertainment
  • 1 month ago
Food

Cheers to 20 years of Michigan craft beer

Cheers to 20 years of Michigan beerMichigan craft beer industry raises a pint to toast several 20-year milestones
  • Food
  • 1 month ago
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