Detroit Public Art
While it may not be the most effective form of transportation, a ride around Detroit’s People Mover is actually a great art tour.
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To be created across two sections of wall spanning 1,500 feet outside Fiat Chrysler’s expanded plant.
A Kickstarter campaign from 2011 has at last produced the statue, soon to be installed at the Michigan Science Center
The popup space in the 1001 Woodward building has a cafe, crafting area for kids, and more.
"Towers of Tomorrow" features over 20 buildings made from more than half a million Lego bricks.
It’s also the 150th anniversary of the very first periodic table.
This marks the 17th court refurbished by the Detroit basketball team.
Prior to the 1980s, music used to be a regular attraction on Detroit’s island park, especially at the Remick Band Shell.
Ecce Pomo gives visitors a look at a style that has little history in Detroit.
The founder of Motown Records is investing in the legacy he created.
Elton Monroy Durán uses art to create a visible identity for the local Latino community
The ambitious plan could cost up to $85 million and take 10 years to complete
ArtBlock will complement the look and programming of the Lincoln Street Art Park
Photos of the razed neighborhood are on display as Black Bottom Street View at the Detroit Public Library.
Neighborhood Natives is a gallery of photos of notable Detroiters returning to neighborhoods that they grew up in, to show youth the different faces of success that come from Detroit.
Author Karen Dybis is developing an archive of photos, objects, and oral histories for the Detroit neighborhood.
Two major downtown murals will disappear soon.
Events include a short film screening and discussions on displacement, accessibility, and local arts funding.
What started out as design conversations has quickly grown into discussions concerning the lives of those who live in Detroit.
Two dialogues with artists, filmmakers, and inventors, plus a showing of RoboCop, are free to attend this week at Culture Lab Detroit.
The reflective art installation in a historic building will create "a human-scale kaleidoscope."
As part of Detroit’s Month of Design, five sukkahs are open to the public in Capitol Park through September 30.
A massive, illuminated diamond and a 600-pound life-size elephant statue will be on display October 18-20 at the decommissioned power plant.
Graffiti that lined the walls of the old train station has been turned into a line of jewelry.
Tyree Guyton’s "2+2=8: Thirty Years of Heidelberg" opens today at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.
The work by artist Phillip K. Smith III is now a permanent installation between One Woodward and the Guardian Building.