Arts

A Peek into the Pot of Gold at the End of My First Irish Rainbow

Last November, I received some of the most exciting news in my collegiate career. Thanks to the Honors Program, I would be traveling to Dublin, Ireland, to study in the library of Trinity College in May 2016.

HFC’s Theatre Presents "Charlotte’s Web"

Cover of children's book Charlotte's Web by E.B. White

Are you a fan of the theatre? Do you enjoy live performances that are created to cater to family fun nights and a heart-warming experience? Then check out HFC’s theatrical performance of E.B.

Three Stooges Take Redford Theater by Storm

Photo of poster for Three Stooges Halloween film festival at The Redford Theater

The Three Stooges Halloween Festival will be held at the Redford Theater October 7 and 8.

Resonance at the Sisson

Photo of clay jar with a lid glazed purple and beige.

Currently on display in the Sisson Gallery inside the Fine Arts Building at Henry Ford College is the exhibition “Resonance.” This is a special collaboration between Eastern Michigan University and HFC to showcase the work of 30 artists who studied cer

City Hall Artspace Lofts and Rejuvenating Art in Dearborn

Interior photo of living room of the Artspace Lofts with large painting on the wall and floor to ceiling windows.

Ever since you were a child you loved to create. Your ever-messy fingers never seemed to be unpainted, and your room was full of your pretty drawings. Your dream job was having your artwork in museums and magazines.

The Culture Lab Presents Gary Simmons

Photo of the artist Gary Simmons in front of his wall of colorful fly posters each with a Detroit theme.

On September 15 of this year, Culture Lab Detroit and the Museum of Contemporary Art located in Detroit, ushered in their newest art installation by artist Gary Simmons in the historic Cary building on 1301 Broadway Avenue.

Old Car Festival in Dearborn

Photo of classic convertible 1930s car painted aqua blue with whitewall tires

On September 10 and 11, The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village held its 66th annual old car festival. Showcased were 780 vehicles registered from the years 1880-1932 with 680 cars and 100 classic bikes.

Detroit Student Art Exhibit at the DIA

Photo of Picasso style collage of African American face with other faces folded in.

Hopefully you visited the Detroit Institute of Arts lately and experienced the 79th Annual Student Art Exhibition of Detroit high school students. The museum showcased their pieces and honored their artwork from April 30 through June 5.

Rocking, Rolling, Ebbing and Flowing

Attempting to assert the demise of something subjective like rock and roll is a mountainous controversial claim to prove. Flea has tried to do so in a recent interview with Mike Mccready by expressing that rock and roll is dead.

Duality in Detroit’s Americana

White painted house with animals on front lawn.

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Detroit (MOCAD) is offering a series of work titled “Uncalibrated” by Nancy Mitchnick. She was born in Detroit in 1947 and started her art career at the age of twenty.

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