The Womencenter at Oakland Community College’s Orchard Ridge Campus presents “From Our Perspectives,” its annual national women’s art exhibition, the largest event of its kind in the country.
The owners of a new Pontiac business say they want to bring more art to Oakland County.
The doodle by Andover High School student Dakota Jones titled was chosen as a statewide winner.
Decor at Cult Pizza includes portraits of David Koresh and a photo of people who died in a 1978 mass murder and suicide.
Hospitals around the country are snapping up photography from a Michigan artist.
Women behind bars at more than three dozen prisons around the country have put their voices into one large piece of artwork that’s now on display in Ann Arbor.
“Art X Detroit: Kresge Arts Experience” will take over Midtown once again this spring as the free, five-day arts experience celebrates Detroit’s arts scene April 10-14.
For those brave enough to have their written work judged, this is an opportunity for you.
The recently acquired To Die Upon a Kiss, a Murano glass sculpture in the form of a chandelier by artist Fred Wilson is on display at the DIA and will hang from the ceiling in one of the contemporary galleries.
More than 200 precious objects made under the direction of Karl Fabergé provide a glimpse into a bygone era of Russian imperial glory in the exhibition Fabergé: The Rise and Fall, on view at the Detroit Institute of Arts through Jan. 21, 2013.