Metro Detroit continues to prove itself to be a destination for unique, vibrant and unconventional art installations.
New York artist Summer Wheat, Hirosuke Yabe from Japan and Portland artist Matthew Bennett Laurents are featured at the Wasserman Projects, an internationally respected gallery and museum at Eastern Market in Detroit.
A gift with a story behind it provides a more special, meaningful holiday experience.
Macklemore may have had a hand in reviving the modern “Thrift Store” but the act of donating or repurposing clothing and goods is nothing new. Humans have been donating clothes since Adam passed on his fig leaf to Cain.
Photo credit: Shelby T., Sabina McDonnell, Andy Cleveland as Vex'ahlia, Pike, Keyleth, Vax'ildan, and Raven Queen | Photo by Katherine Warden
Henry Ford College’s Sisson Art Gallery is featuring “Landscapes Through Michigan Eyes” by eleven professional Michigan-based artists. Twenty-six pieces vary from drawings to paintings to photographs.
Directed by theater instructor Mary Bremer-Beer and starring students from the fine and performing arts department, Henry Ford College is bringing to life the childhood classic, Mary Poppins.