Museums are more than just an open space filled with hundreds and thousands of ancient artifacts and historic findings. Museums are spaces where people can go see wonderful pieces of artwork and experience a feeling that is meaningful and lasting.
Since its opening in 1891, Eastern Market has served as a place for citizens all around Michigan to buy locally grown food products. Their mission, to nourish a healthier, wealthier and happier Detroit, has extended beyond food, though.
“You could only do this in a place with no rules,” claims Gary Wasserman, founder of Eastern Market’s Wasserman Projects. His eyes twinkle through red and black rimmed eyeglasses artistically matched to his plaid suit jacket.
Last week, the Henry Ford College Theatre Department put on the English farce, “Blithe Spirit.” Directed by Judith Fletcher, this was a small cast production but certainly a lasting opportunity for the student performers.
At the newly renamed Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation in Dearborn, the “Engines Exposed” exhibit shows us the roots of automotive history. “Engines Exposed” includes roughly 60 cars on display with their hoods open. The exhibit started on Jan.