Fall ushers in a bevy of exhibits designed to inspire and amuse.
In the fall, harvest festivals are the signature celebrations in greater Detroit. Check out some of the best and enjoy more than just the changing leaves.
Check out the Arts, Beats & Eats show this Labor Day weekend in Royal Oak.
Although not open to tourists, places near and dear to the hearts of Detroit founders are shrines to ingenuity.
The Midwest is a particularly good area for the aspiring actor to find a place in the limelight because there is a high concentration of both community and professional theatre in this region.
The Monroe County Fair exists to preserve and perpetuate the interest of agriculture, horticulture, arts and sciences and arts in their numerous branches.
Head out to the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair to see the city’s most elite artists. Peruse the grounds all four days and bring home a piece or two for yourself.
Asking people what are the best books written by Detroit-area authors solicited interesting opinions, and remarkably, two books at the top of the list were written by the same author: Mitch Albom. Read on to see the best reads by local talent.
Ballet has very deep roots in both history and Detroit. See this beautiful display of talent at any one of these places throughout the city.
Detroit has benefitted from gracious contributors in the past, helping support profound growth in the arts. You have all enjoyed the artistic talents of this great city. Consider these five arts programs when making your next donation.