Henry Ford College’s theatre program has had a remarkable comeback this academic year, with the successful staging of two productions and two more in the pipeline.
Located in midtown Detroit on Woodward, the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) currently has five exhibitions by local artists that express bold, nostalgic and provocative visions.
2019 Student Art Exhibiton, Sisson Gallery panaramic photos courtesy Steve Glazer, director of exhibitions.
“Then and Now: Women’s Social Movements in Detroit” exhibit, Detroit Historical Museum. Photo by Mirror News staff.
Entrance to "44: Portraits of a President" exhibit, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit, MI
Toyland displays lights of life-sized presents for visitors to walk through and enjoy Photo by Zynab Al-Timimi
Holiday Nights has sold out at Greenfield Village. The annual event takes place throughout December.
The Potters Market is held at the Southfield Pavilion, in Southfield, Michigan. Photos by Katherine Warden.
Youmacon 2022 riverfront entrance to Huntington Place (formerly Cobo Hall, Cobo Center, and TCF Center) in downtown Detroit. Photo by Katherine Warden.
*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. *