Detroit Institute of Arts
During March, many different events are held throughout the Detroit Metro area to celebrate Women’s History Month.
Detroit has a plethora of events for those channeling their “inner nerd.”
One of Vincent Van Gogh’s most famous paintings will be displayed at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Presidents Day is a time to celebrate patriotism and reflect upon the history of America and its presidents.
Many Asian cultures celebrate the end of winter and beginning of spring at the Lunar New Year, which occurs on a different date each year. In Metro Detroit, Lunar New Year celebrations are popular with Chinese communities and organizations.
Some Wayne County communities are suing over whether they can hold back millage money that voters approved for the Detroit Zoo and DIA.
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.
Many Metro-Detroit Jewish organizations hold public events commemorating the miracle of Hanukkah.
Five Macomb County residents have filed a lawsuit against the Detroit Institute of Arts over the museum’s vow not to charge admission fees to area residents after voters approved a special millage in August.
Think of the meaning of art as analogous to the meaning of Christmas minus all the materialism and the commercialism. Those who seek to find the pure essence of local art in Detroit for less that $100 may find it in the following.