The hugely popular Downtown Detroit Market will be bigger and better this year, with twenty new vendors in glass huts arranged along Cadillac Square and Capitol Park. In between the glass huts will be hot chocolate and s’more stations, along with an outdoor bar. A handful of shops from outside the Detroit Metro Area were
Join Concentrate and On the Ground Ypsilanti for a night of storytelling, laughter, and reminiscence about Ypsilanti and the place it holds in the hearts and minds of its residents. Beloved local storytellers will share the mic with new storytellers making their Ypsi debuts. Featured storytellers include: Cherisa Allen, Keith Jason, Alice Kepchar, Dyann Logwood,
How has having a book out changed your day-to-day life? My coworkers at [Literati] bookstore said, “Oh, we’re not going to be seeing you after the book comes out,” and I explained, my day-to-day has not really changed. I still teach at the University, I still work at the bookstore, pretty much the same hours.
Detroit-based muralist Pat Perry created a large-scale mural on the north side of the Grizzly Peak building (near 117 S. Ashley St.). The work, commissioned by the Ann Arbor Art Center on behalf of Grizzly Peak Brewing Co., is part of the Art Center’s new Art in Public initiative. Perry, who has created high-profile public
Each Wednesday, AADL experts introduce the process, materials, machines, and the satisfaction of printing by hand on cylinder and small platen presses. Lab instructors teach the basics while special guests relate more advanced printing techniques. All supplies provided. Return every Wednesday to work on multi-week projects. This program involves direct handling of lead-based type and