Arts

A Golden Legacy: Beloved Children’s Book Series Celebrates 75 Years

Logo of of the golden Legacy

From baseball to apple pie, to country, jazz and hip-hop music, we love our American culture. And when it comes to literature, one children’s series has topped the list of American icons.

The Figurative Condition: Humanity Reflected in the Mud

Artists next to their clay sculptures.

Three artists with three unique life experiences bring three sets of questions and challenges for the viewer.

It’s all about love in “Almost, Maine”

Almost is a fictitious non-town somewhere in Maine where the residents never quite got to organize themselves enough for their town to actually be called a town. It is as if they all just happened to be in the same place by chance.

Diversity Celebrated By An Opportunity

Learning to draw the nude model has been an essential part of an artist’s training process dating back to the Italian Renaissance.

Red Bull House of Arts Gives Artists Wings

Not many residents are aware that on the outer edge of Eastern Market lies an underground cave/art gallery. The Red Bull House of Art is a live-in residency program that brings in artists from all over the world to create work.

“Reel Stories” in Dearborn

The Arab American National Museum hosted a film program that started in October 2016 and continued until March 2017.

SURA Exhibit

The Arab American National Museum in Dearborn is committed to inspiring and nurturing today’s youth into thought-provoking artists of the future.

Third Man Records is First of its Kind

When one pictures a vinyl factory, they do not think of bright yellow floors, red brick walls or modern murals. Third Man Records is not your typical factory, though.

Barrett Contest Promotes Creative Expression

The Frances G. Barrett Creative Writing Contest held annually at Henry Ford College honors the memory of the college’s first chairperson of the English department.

“Stronger Together”: The Ladies of Bagley/Trumbull

https://mirrornews.hfcc.edu/sites/mirrornews/files/owners_rohani_foulkes_and_kiki_louya_at_the_farmer_s_hand_photo_by_sarah_barthlow_photography_for_the_detroit_metro_times

If you don’t recognize names like Mama Coo’s Boutique, The Bearded Lady, and The Farmer’s Hand you must not be living in Corktown Detroit, where independent small business is thriving.

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