“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.
From March 1 - 3, the 24th annual Motor City Tattoo Expo took over the Renaissance Center in Detroit.
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 is a passionate English instructor at Henry Ford College and novelist of several works regarding her ancestry.
Opened Dec. 16, the Detroit Institute of Arts’ “Labor of Love” exhibition features works by artists and designers Ruben and Isabel Toledo.
Over the past decade more and more people have started to turn to the internet as a way of making money.
For the winter production, Henry Ford College’s theatre department is bringing Larry Shue’s “The Foreigner” to the campus community.
Star Wars, Spider-Man, beer steins, bonds and more are all on display at the Sisson Art Gallery on Henry Ford College’s main campus.