Arts

Church of Scientology Returns to Detroit

In mid-October of last year, the Church of Scientology officially opened its doors at Jefferson Avenue and Griswold as a crowd of more than 2,000 people celebrated. The religion, founded in 1953 by former science-fiction writer L.

Boxing for the Future

Photo of students at Downtown Boxing Gym

The Downtown Boxing Gym offers children in the Metro Detroit area a “path to success” by offering an extensive after-school tutoring program, enrichment programs, and basic needs support.

Modern Studio Glass Exhibit in Dearborn

Photo of a glass sculpture by Wendy Saxon Brown entitled "Tamar"

“Glass: A Survey of Form and Function,” an exhibit at the Berkowitz Gallery in the Mardigian Library at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, is a charming display that features 56 popular artists that have influenced glass art in many positive ways.

Motor City Tattoo Expo

Photo of the Motor City Tattoo Expo banner

From March 1 - 3, the 24th annual Motor City Tattoo Expo took over the Renaissance Center in Detroit.

Chickens in Detroit?

Bad to the Bone

Photo of two skeletons and a student

Have you ever looked into the windows of the Learning Lab at Henry Ford College and seen a couple of skeletons staring back at you? Have they been dressed in funky clothes, or positioned in an entertaining way?

Nancy Owen Nelson's Colorful New Book of Poetry

Photo of author and HFC English professor Nancy Owen Nelson

Nancy Owen Nelson is a passionate English instructor at Henry Ford College and novelist of several works regarding her ancestry.

D.I.A. Blends Art and Fashion with "Labor of Love"

Photo of Ruben Toledo's sketch "World Music Gets Deported"

Opened Dec. 16, the Detroit Institute of Arts’ “Labor of Love” exhibition features works by artists and designers Ruben and Isabel Toledo.

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