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Well worth the drive through the northern burbs. Multiple exhibits showcase every media from design to multimedia performance to painting, featuring creations by internationally known and local artists.
Exhibitions in the 78,000 square foot facility show the history of
southeastern Michigan, and include the favorite and newly renovated Streets
of Old Detroit, recreating Detroit street scenes from the 1840s, 1870s and
early 1900s. In December 1995, the Museum opened the Motor City Exhibition,
celebrating 100 years of automotive history in Detroit. The 8,000 square
foot exhibition features an actual working body drop taken from the General
Motors Cadillac Clark Avenue facility. Additional permanent exhibits include
Frontiers to Factories, which takes a look at Detroiters at work from 1701
to 1901, and The Glancy Trains, an interactive display of model trains that
is a long-time Detroit tradition. Other Museum galleries feature changing
exhibits for all ages.
Best known perhaps for its spectacular Diego Rivera mural, the Detroit Institute of Arts is a sprawling hall of arts with an excellent showing of works by the 19th century American landscape artists and works of the Italian Renaissance.
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The sequel to the Fifty Shades Parody SPANK!, SPANK! Harder returns to City Theatre. SPANK! Harder continues where the original left off, parodying not only Fifty Shades but also taking aim at a variety of women’s pop culture favorites from books, film, tv and beyond.
We're bringing the Metro Times Best Of Detroit voting to Great Lakes Coffee's Tacos: Turntables: Tequila to give Metro Times readers a chance to cast a vote and enter to win Metro Times Swag, tickets to the Metro Times' "Best Of" event, & tickets to Blowout. Hope to see all of you there for voting, tacos, drinks, and tunes!
Girls Girls Girls, the world's first and greatest all-girl tribute to Motley Crue, hails from New York City and has taken the world by storm since their breakout performance at a New Jersey strip club in 2007. Performing with Broadzilla.
15 vendors offering vintage clothing and accessories for women, men, and children from the 1930s all the way to the 1980s.
A solo show of paintings by Kate Paul. Kate says of her work, “These painting represent my own voyage upon the coloured ocean of curiosity, swimming with the world of possibilities in myth making, riding on the sea of imagination to describe the indescribable while squinting through a spy glass looking for home.” Show exhibits March 15-29.
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