The Whitney Garden Party - Ryan Dillaha & The Miracle Men

The Whitney's 31st. year of great local music, great food, and great friends!  Music from 6:30-9:00.

$5 Cover, $5 Burgers & Brats, $5 Craft Beer & Champagne.

The Whitney Garden Party - The Scrappers

The Whitney's 31st. year of great local music, great food, and great friends!  Music from 6:30-9:00.

$5 Cover, $5 Burgers & Brats, $5 Craft Beer & Champagne.

The Whitney Garden Party - Sheila Landis

The Whitney's 31st. year of great local music, great food, and great friends!  Music from 6:30-9:00.

$5 Cover, $5 Burgers & Brats, $5 Craft Beer & Champagne.

 

A Women Only Beer Tasting

A Women Only Beer Tasting · Hosted by Textures By Nefertiti and

7-acre mixed-use Midtown West project to bring 335 units, retail

By Chris Hughes

Tagged: North Cass

By Kirk Pinho

(Exerpt)

A joint-venture called PDH Development Group LLC is expected to develop 335 new for-sale and for-lease residential units on the 7-acre vacant former site of Wigle Recreation Center site on the west side of Midtown, Mayor Mike Duggan announced Thursday.

The $77 million development, being done by Detroit-based developer Roderick Hardamon's Urge Development Group LLC and New York City-based developer Mario Procida's Procida Cos. LLC, is expected to begin construction in the fall 2018.

College for Creative Studies Student Exhibition

College for Creative Studies Student Exhibition Opening & Show Opening night: Friday, May 12, 2017; Collectors' Reception at 5:30p.m., General Admission at 7:00p.m.

Open thereafter: May 13-26, 2017; Saturday – Wednesday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m; Thursday and Friday: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Simone DeSousa Gallery - Cass Corridor: Connecting Times Curated by Nancy Mitchnick April 21 – August 19, 2017 and Fall 2018

From the mid sixties through the late seventies, Cass Corridor was the home of an art community that at the time was regarded as Detroit’s avant-garde, a counter-culture art movement shaped by the anxieties of the city—poverty, race, the Viet Nam war, industrial decline—and the optimism of new life styles, protests, music, and art. Often described as “Urban Expressionism,” the art was usually tough and gritty, process-oriented, and personal, but in contrast with its general reputation, it could also be lyrical and delicate, systematic and elegant. It was art of resistance and survival.

Gallerie Camille- Chosen Silences Exhibit

Chosen Silences blends the work of Anderson and Youngblood to create an environment of quietude and contemplation of form, texture, tension and light.  While each artist works in a different medium, both have chosen to communicate in that space of quiet. In that space of what would seem silent, but isn’t.

Chosen Silences - Carla Anderson & Elizabeth Youngblood

Chosen Silences blends the work of Anderson and Youngblood to create an environment of quietude and contemplation of form, texture, tension and light.  While each artist works in a different medium, both have chosen to communicate in that space of quiet. In that space of what would seem silent, but isn’t.

 

For more information visit: http://www.galeriecamille.com/upcoming-exhibits-1/ 

Dell Pryor Gallery presents the "Art of Jazz"

Join Dell Pryor Gallery on April 30th for #InternationalJazzDay with the Art of Jazz: a multi-media event that combines performance and

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