Detroit Giants of Gospel Music-David Clements Photography Exhibition

This photographic exhibition will highlight the culture of gospel music and its importance throughout the city of Detroit.

All FREE events and open to the public.

hannan.org

davidclementsproductions.com

MOCAD Talk: The High Cost of Being Poor

Talk: The High Cost of Being Poor

 

Wednesday, May 31 doors at 6pm, talk begins at 7

Admission: Free ($5 suggested donation)

MOCAD TEEN COUNCIL: Teen Monster Drawing Rally

TEEN COUNCIL: Teen Monster Drawing Rally

 

Admission: free 17 and under, $5 18+

Part performance, part laboratory, part art bazaar, this Monster Drawing Rally features teen artists working with professional artists to create original drawings while you watch. Finished drawings are immediately displayed and sold for $15. It is a fun, fast and lively event much like a Monster Truck Rally, minus the trucks, exhaust and two liters of Mountain Dew.

MOCAD Talk: Shoot to Thrill: Picturing Identity in Detroit and New York Underground Dance Music Culture 1977-Now

Talk: Shoot to Thrill: Picturing Identity in Detroit and New York Underground Dance Music Culture 1977-Now

 

Photo credit: Alice Arnold, 1992.

Thursday, May 25, 7pm

InsideOut Literary Arts Project SCRATCH THE PAGE VISITING WRITER SERIES: BENJAMIN TURNER - MOCAD

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP
InsideOut Literary Arts Project
Scratch the Page: Visiting Writer Series Master Class and Performance

Saturdays, February 18, April 8, and May 13
Admission: Free

Detroit City: Alivia Zivich Exhibit - MOCAD

Detroit City: Alivia Zivich

MAY 19 — AUGUST 20, 2017

Mike Kelley’s Mobile Homestead Lisa Kereszi: Joe’s Junk Yard Exhibit - MOCAD

Mike Kelley’s Mobile Homestead Lisa Kereszi: Joe’s Junk Yard

MAY 19 — AUGUST 20, 2017

Through photographs and a collection of ephemera, Joe’s Junk Yard tells the story of an empire built on the steel of crashed El Caminos and used car parts, the effects of a changing economy and shifts in societal values, and the decades long struggle of a first generation immigrant family to maintain the American Dream.

Dylan Miner: To Build Up Invincible Exhibit - MOCAD

Dylan Miner: To Build Up Invincible

MAY 19 — AUGUST 20, 2017

Dylan Miner’s DEPE Space residency seeks to re-engage anti-capitalist histories in the city and examine their relationship to the present and future by drawing upon the radical and working class history of pennants, banners, community spaces. and ideas of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW or Wobblies), a labor union and social movement whose hall was located just three blocks from MOCAD.

Bárbara Wagner: Aspirations Exhibit - MOCAD

Bárbara Wagner: Aspirations

MAY 19 — AUGUST 20, 2017

99 Cents or Less Exhibit - MOCAD

99 Cents or Less

May 19–August 6, 2017

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