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Visual Arts + Festivals
The Detroit gallery that sparked a furor by removing a Banksy mural from the Packard plant in 2010 is about to put the iconic work up for sale. More
The samurai of Japan, so often caricatured in American culture, number among the world's most misunderstood people. At least, that's the suggestion of 'Samurai: Beyond the Sword,' a new special exhibit at the Detroit Institute of Arts. More
Check out the hot rods at Cobo's Autorama, hear the Balduck Mountain Ramblers blend folk and other musc, see Chaplin's 'The Gold Rush' at The Henry Ford and more.
1. Autorama at Cobo Center Downtown Detroit will be hot-rod heaven this weekend with the annual Autorama car show at Cobo Center. More
The annual ArtPrize competition in Grand Rapids is changing its awards, doubling the amount of a top prize selected by art experts. More
Keeping your audience abreast of a complex financial deal is hard work. Detroit Institute of Arts director Graham Beal puts his shoulder to this in his latest letter in the museum's online newsletter More
Outside, it's a cold, gloomy Sunday night. But under the great rotunda inside the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, 30 people are rocking out to 'Cupid Shuffle' More
'What Is Stroker?,' opening Friday at Detroit's Trinosophes gallery, celebrates a chapter in New York's literary and artistic avant-garde that's quickly receding in the rear-view mirror. More