All DPS elementary and middle schools that haven’t had an arts and music program will have one beginning this year.
The beats are a big draw, to the tune of 400,000 attendees expected this year at the event that celebrates the best in art, music and food in metro Detroit.
So, the 48 Hour Film Project – Detroit has ended and teams walked away with an incredibly intense, entrancing weekend filled with film making, friendship, pitfalls and accomplishments…some even walked away with an award! This year, […]
The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance received an $8 million donation from philanthropists William and Delores Brehm that will go toward a $23 million effort to renovate and expand the music and performance school’s original campus home.
Following passage of the 10 year Detroit Institute of Arts millage August 7, museum employees have noted an increase in foot traffic.
In the summertime, the Detroit suburbs has plenty of festivals that have become annual traditions for many families, including the Woodward Dream Cruise, the Michigan Renaissance Festival, and more!
The 16th annual Sphinx Competition is scheduled for February 13-17, 2013.
What would the most popular Labor Day weekend event in metro Detroit — Arts, Beats & Eats — be without food, music or bands? Well, it wouldn’t amount to much.
Poets gather to share the beauty of the spoken word regularly in the Detroit area; you, too can experience the joy.
The 50th Ann Arbor Film Festival, which runs March 27 to April 1, promises to be a jam-packed event for film lovers. Here’s how to make the most of it.