The Henry Ford
If you are looking for some locations to take family photos, don’t settle for Uncle Bob’s backyard when you can head to locations around Detroit that will set the photos apart.
More than 400 makers are gathered in the parking lots of the Henry Ford Museum this weekend for the fourth annual Maker Faire Detroit, a spinout of Make Magazine that celebrates the tinkerer, the do-it-yourselfer, the science geek, and the artist.
On July 27 and 28, more than 400 tinkers, hackers and inventors will make their way to The Henry Ford for the fourth annual Maker Faire Detroit.
With events around the globe, Maker Faire encourages “makers” to create and showcase works of technology, art, science and engineering.
Whether it’s a traditional breakfast or brunch, an afternoon in the garden or a challenge to a race, these Metro Detroit-area events can be a great opportunity to convey the words we so often forget to say out loud – “Thanks, Mom!”
It may not feel like spring — but here’s a sign better things are coming: On Monday, April 15, Greenfield Village opened for the 2013 season.
Attention all tinkerers, inventors, hackers and do-it-yourselfers — in short, “Makers.” The call for entries is now open for this summer’s Maker Faire Detroit 2013 at The Henry Ford in Dearborn.
A recent survey released by Michigan Youth Arts entitled Arts Education in Michigan discovered that 108,000 students go to school each day without some sort of exposure to music, visual art, theater or dance.
The Henry Ford in Dearborn is set to welcome visitors to a daylong event Monday featuring remarks from civil rights leader Julian Bond, Parks biographer Douglas Brinkley and others, as well as live music and presentations.
There’s a full roster of Martin Luther King Jr. events in and around the city of Detroit to celebrate the remarkable life of the man who changed the face of American culture and society.