The Museum on Main Street is Celebrating All Things Cake

. May 1, 2016.
Cake-on-plate

These might be the prettiest cakes around, but don’t take a bite; this is artwork, not dessert. Cake, an exhibit going on now at the Museum on Main St., is a celebration of everyone’s favorite birthday dessert and the tableware that goes with it. Presented in partnership with the Dinnerware Museum, the exhibit features both an invitational and juried exhibition of cake stands and sculptures from 24 artists working with ceramics, glass, and even Legos. Everything will be available for purchase, if not consumption. Runs through September. 

 

Saturdays and Sundays | Noon – 4pm.
Museum on Main Street | 500 N. Main St.
734-662-9092 | dinnerwaremuseum.org | Free

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