Arts

Youmacon 2019

A woman cosplaying as Buliara from Legend of Zelda

Characters from anime, videogames, manga, and comic books came to life Oct 31-Nov. 3 at this year’s Youmacon, a 4-day anime and videogame convention that runs once a year in downtown Detroit.

Landscapes Through Michigan Eyes

Landscape painting by Donald Cronkhite

Henry Ford College’s Sisson Art Gallery is featuring “Landscapes Through Michigan Eyes” by eleven professional Michigan-based artists. Twenty-six pieces vary from drawings to paintings to photographs.

Mary Poppins floats on stage at HFC

Promotional image for HFC's production of Mary Poppins

Directed by theater instructor Mary Bremer-Beer and starring students from the fine and performing arts department, Henry Ford College is bringing to life the childhood classic, Mary Poppins.

“The Enjoy Agenda” of Rick Bailey

Photo shows Rick Bailey leaning against a wall

On Oct. 16 in the Eshleman Library, former Henry Ford English professor Dr.

Manifesting Detroit's Destiny with Afrofuturist Ingrid Lafleur

Photo of Ingrid Lafleur

Afrofuturism has been gaining more popularity throughout the years with several films, books and other fictional works being released that focus on the subject. An AfroFuture Fest even took place last August in Detroit.

WHFR Craft Bazaar and Record Show

Photo shows several people looking through boxes of records

WHFR, Henry Ford College’s radio station, held its 12th annual Record Show and very first “Rock & Roll” Craft Bazaar this past Saturday.

LEGOs on a Larger Scale: An Interview with LEGO Master Builder Ryan McNaught

Photo shows lego replicas of the Empire State Building and the Eureka Tower

Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation gives an inside look this month into the world of LEGO building.

Henry Ford Hosts Album Art Exhibit and Musical Performances

Image of Harmonica Shah performing at HFC's Sisson Gallery

Henry Ford College hosted an album art exhibit as well as five live local bands in the Sisson Gallery in the MacKenzie Fine Arts building from September 11-26. The exhibit and performances were coordinated by Sisson Gallery curator Steve Glazer.

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