Arts

Behind the Scenes of “And Then There Were None”

HFC actors Lee Denderson and Dakota Nuttal character names Thomas and Ethel Rodgers in the “And Then There Were None" play

On April 5, Agatha Christie’s famous murder mystery, “And Then There Were None,” was brought to life at Henry Ford College.

“We Are Dearborn”

HFC’s Steve Glazer plays with blues duo Howard Glazer and Harmonica Shaw

“We Are Dearborn” fills the Sisson Art Gallery at Henry Ford College, with 42 striking, 3-4 ft. black and white photographic images.

Promoting Racial Equality for over 60 Years: Detroit Repertory Theatre

Scene from “Dauphin Island”  |  Photo courtesy Detroit Repertory Theatre

In the midst of its 61st season, the Detroit Repertory Theatre is Michigan’s longest running non-profit professional theater.

Galerie Camille Pairs Artists with Detroit

Photo of Isabelle Weiss, Assistant Director, Galerie Camille

Detroit has always served as a source of inspiration for artists. Many residents believe that the city is currently undergoing a renaissance period, beginning with the development in Corktown and Midtown leading to a resurgence in the economy.

The Life of a Vendor at Eastern Market

Picture of A chef working on tarts

Eastern Market has become a staple of the Detroit community. Every Saturday, thousands of people flock to the market in search of goods produced from local businesses.

Detroit’s Music Scene Through the Lens of Leni Sinclair

Poster of the exhibit of Music and the Time: Photographs by Leni Sinclair

The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History exhibit, “The Music and the Time: Photographs by Leni Sinclair” explores the history and talent of prominent black musicians in Detroit.

Write-A-House Transforms Vacant Homes and Builds Community

Kitchen - Home of  Casey Rocheteau

Under warm lamplight and up creaking, wooden stairs they trickle in, the heavy and unassuming door closing behind, closing out the stinging cold on Farnsworth St. in Detroit’s Midtown neighborhood.

African Bead Museum Connects Cultures

Olayami Dabls inside the African Bead Museum gift shop.

When Olayami Dabls came to the corner of West Grand Blvd. and Grand River with his magic beads, he really had no idea where they might take him.

New Japan Gallery at the DIA

Art piece shaped like two horns called creature and made by the artist Tomoko Konno displayed in the DIA

A new Japan Gallery is part of the permanent exhibits at the Detroit Institute of Arts. The opening weekend, Nov.

Sonic Rebellion

Jerry White’s Record Shop's window written on it  the Black History Music Sale

“Sonic Rebellion: Music as Resistance” at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit explores the city’s rich musical artistry and the powerful ways it can been used to combat social and political injustices.

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