Arts

Detroit Historical Museum Showcases Three New Student Exhibits

“Then and Now: Women’s Social Movements in Detroit” exhibit, Detroit Historical Museum. Photo by Mirror News staff.

“Then and Now: Women’s Social Movements in Detroit” exhibit, Detroit Historical Museum. Photo by Mirror News staff.

From Sculptures of Barack Obama to Local Activist Artists to Jazz Greats: Visit Three New Exhibits at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History

Entrance to "44: Portraits of a President" exhibit, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit, MI

Let it Glow: “Wild Lights” at the Detroit Zoo is Looking Brighter Than Ever

Over head changing lights adds more magic this holiday season Photo by Zynab Al-Timimi

Toyland displays lights of life-sized presents for visitors to walk through and enjoy Photo by Zynab Al-Timimi

“Holiday Nights” Sold Out at Greenfield Village

Carol Songs are sung live to put visitors in the holiday spirit Photo by Zynab Al-Timimi

Holiday Nights has sold out at Greenfield Village. The annual event takes place throughout December.

Return of the Potters Market

This year marked the triumphant return of the nation’s largest ceramics-only art show, the Annual Potters Market at the Southfield Pavilion in Southfield, Michigan.

Behind the Scenes at Youmacon 2022

Special Guest Christian Erring, Norwegian Cosplayer as Lady Alcina Dimitrescu *

Youmacon, one of the largest anime conventions in the world, is held annually in Detroit. Usually held during Halloween weekend, this year’s Youmacon was pushed back to the first weekend in November.

Library Street Collective and Louis Buhl & Co. Present Three Exciting New Exhibits

“It’s on the Mountain Top!” 2022, Jamea Richmond-Edwards. Photo by PD Rearick. Image courtesy of the artist and Library Street Collective.

*From left to right: “Naga,” “It’s on the Mountain Top!,” “The Black Unicorn,” 2022, Jamea Richmond-Edwards. Photo by PD Rearick. Image courtesy of the artist and Library Street Collective. *

Arab American National Museum Connects the Community Through Art

An installation by Dahlia Elsayed and Andrew Haik Demirjian called Souvenirs of the Future: Photo by Zynab Al-Timimi

The Arab American National Museum in Dearborn is hosting three new exhibits.

The first is “reCRAFTED Histories: An Installation” by Zahra Almajidi, presented until Dec. 31, located on the second floor of the atrium.

The White Whale Comes to HFC with “The Passage”

Jim Piche, who plays Captain Ahab, rehearsing scene with Loay El-Hennaoui, who plays Starbuck. Photo by Katherine Warden.

From Nantucket to Henry Ford College’s Adray Auditorium comes “The Passage,” the first production put on by new theatre department director John Michael Sefel.

The Transformative Power of the Schvitz

Inside the sauna at the Shvitz Health Club in Detroit photo by Jacob Mulka courtesy Jadore-Detroit.com

My earliest memory of taking heat in a sauna goes all the way back to my childhood days growing up in New York. The Jewish Community House where we lived in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, had an enormous steam room which my dad and granddad regularly visited.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Arts