The thing that gets me about polyamory is the way it’s billed as an evolved type of relationship structure. As if polyamorous people are moving beyond the antiquated strictures of monogamy forced upon us by the need for financial stability, ensuring the survival of our offspring, or the materialistic desire to possess or control one another, to embrace the complex truth of human sexuality.
An evolving exhibition at Detroit’s Wright Museum of African American History, curated in close collaboration with the Franklin family, “Think: A Tribute to the Queen of Soul” showcases the life and times of the magnificent Aretha Franklin. The exhibit currently displays a small collection of photographs, quotes, and artifacts from the life of the world
The University of Michigan Museum of Art will celebrate its members, donors, and the community with extended hours, live music in the galleries, guided tours of special exhibitions, and free food and drink. Exhibitions include Beyond Borders: Global Africa, and Tristin Lowe: Under the Influence. Free. Friday, November 2 | 7pm-11pm 525 S State St
First Fridays, a self-guided art walk and street party in Ypsilanti on the first Friday of each month, has become a favorite tradition for people of all ages. The City closes down Michigan Ave between Adams and Huron Streets, allowing more than three dozen businesses to offer live entertainment and unique arts and crafts in
It was early in his undergraduate career at Middlebury College in Vermont that Sean Hoskins made the decision to pursue dance. Being an athlete and a trained musician with a mild interest in modern dance, it was a fateful decision to enroll in an “Introduction to Modern Dance” class that led him down the path to become a performer and choreographer.