If you’re a fan of the arts, mark your calendars: there’s plenty to do when it comes to artsy events in Detroit this week, from holiday card making to a photography workshop.
Holiday Card Jam
Get into the holiday spirit by printing up holiday cards to give to loved ones. There will be a DJ spinning tunes during the event and refreshments. Entry tickets include five print-your-own holiday cards with envelopes and two drink tickets. A patron ticket includes five print-your-own cards with envelopes, a Signal Return T-shirt, a Signal Return individual membership (10 percent off all purchases) and four drink tickets.READ MORE: Michigan Matters: The Mobility Revolution Envelops the Region
When: Friday, Nov. 9, 6-10 p.m.
Where: Signal Return, 1345 Division St., #102.
Price: $25; $60 patron
’Well-Intentioned White People’ by Rachel Lynett
Check out the play “Well-Intentioned White People” at Matrix Theatre Company. The play will show how some people deal with discrimination through the story of a university professor trying to cope and move on after experiencing a racial attack.
When: Nov. 9-Dec. 2, 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday; 3 p.m. on SundayREAD MORE: Michigan Humane Rescues Kitten From Drain Pipe In Detroit
Where: Matrix Theatre Company, 2730 Bagley St.
Price: $17 students with ID, seniors 65 and over and active military and veterans; $22 adults
Digital photography workshop
Learn what goes into capturing an image in a workshop at Digital Photo Academy. The three-hour Composition in the Field class will teach attendees technical aspects of the camera that include shutter speed, aperture and ISO and provide techniques for taking pictures while out in the field. Field locations will rotate, ranging from wildlife to architecture subjects.
Where: Digital Photo Academy, 1 Hart Plaza, Downtown
Price: $49 for one person (51 percent off regular price); $89 for two people (55 percent off regular price)Back Again: DTE Energy Music Theatre Returns To Original Name
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