Holding House


  
Parent Project
Parent Project is a multidisciplinary display of the works of three individuals, Austin Brady, Angelina Davis and Seamus Gallagher. This event showcases pieces made by each artist in response to six prompts resulting in eighteen total works. Please join us for our one night show at Holding House starting at 6 PM.





Opening Reception, Saturday June 9th,
6-9pm  [Southwest, Detroit] 
3546 Michigan Ave.

One night only!

  
Pewabic Pottery


  
 
Pewabic Pottery
The 28th Pewabic House & Garden Show kicks off Thursday, June 7, with a ticketed Preview Party fundraiser, a celebration of Pewabic and ceramic art. Enjoy hors d'oeuvres, cocktails and music by the Marcus Elliot Quartet amid Pewabic wares and the work of ceramic artists from across the country. Watch our courtyard mural take shape live! Tickets for the preview party are $125 ($75 for associate members).



Thursday June 7th,  6-9:30pm.  
[East Side, Detroit] 
10125 E. Jefferson Ave.



Simone DeSousa Gallery


  
 
Root of the Head: Karen Azoulay, Bianca Beck, and Kylie Lockwood
Simone DeSousa Gallery is pleased to announce Root of the Head, a three-person show that explores the body's processes of transformation and regeneration. Through performative practices of sculpture, painting, photography, and collage, these new works by Azoulay, Beck, and Lockwood intersect in concept and space, evoking symbology and myth.



Opening Reception, Saturday June 9th, 
6-9pm.  [Midtown, Detroit]
444 W. Willis

On view thru July 22nd.
                   

Livernois Ave Gallery Crawl


  
GALLERY CRAWL: ART ON THE AVE
Six galleries on Livernois unite to host our first ever 2nd Saturday Gallery Art Crawl of fine art paintings, drawings, ceramics, and artifacts. Expect works from a host of emerging, veteran and master artists. The Livernois Gallery Alliance members are Jo's Gallery, Eric's I've Been Framed, Detroit Fiber Works, Art In Motion, Sherwood Forest Art Gallery. See you this weekend.







Saturday, June 9th,  12-7pm 
[Livernois, Detroit] 
Livernois Ave various galleries


  
Cafe 1923


  
 
Still Life Paintings by Gregory Carr
Gregory Carr is showing several still life paintings of everyday life at Cafe 1923 from now until July 14th. He will be on hand for a reception Friday, June 8, from 7 to 9pm.












Opening Reception, Friday June 8th, 
7-9pm.   [Hamtramck] 
2287 Holbrook St.

On view thru July 14th.

Detroit Center for Design + Technology

  
 
The Architectural Art of Gretchen Maricak (1952-2018)
This legacy exhibition presents Gretchen Maricak's architectural art. The selections include pieces in a variety of media including graphite, colored pencil, soft pastel, oil pastel, air brush, water color, ink, oil, and intaglio. Informed by her passion for architecture and diverse interests ranging from nature and science to history and science fiction, the works on display demonstrate Gretchen's facility in exploring diverse styles, from abstract art to architectural illustration, and varied subjects.



Opening Reception, Thursday June 7th
6-8pm.  [Midtown, Detroit]
4219 Woodward Ave.


                   

KO Gallery


  
"IT's SO WARM IN THE D" No Talent Losers exhibition
Featuring new work from 15 artists from every corner of the country, "It's So Warm In The D" brings the No Talent Losers (NTL) crew to Detroit for their first group exhibition, opening June 9th at KO Studio Gallery in Hamtramck, Michigan. Featuring new work from Boykong, Brian Butler, Defer, E.F. Angel, Jeff Gress, Jose Mertz, Hoxxoh, Hueman, Kamea Hadar, Kaplan Bunce, Lauren YS, Tatiana Suarez, Yoskay Yamamoto, Woes and Zach Tutor the exhibition features over a dozen new works all created on wood panels made by NTL's Craig Hejka.


Opening Reception, Saturday, June 9th, 
7-10pm  [Hamtramck] 
9536 Jos Campau

On view through June 30th.

  
Jo's Gallery


  
 
Featuring Lashun Beal
LaShun Beal will be in the Motor City @ Jo's Gallery / 19376 Livernois / Detroit, MI on: Friday, June 8, 2018 for the Celebrity Artist Paint Party from 6:00 pm until 8:30 pm & Saturday, June 9, 2018 for the Gallery Crawl from 12:00 pm until 7:00 pm Featuring an Artist Talk from 1:00 pm until 3:00 pm










Friday June 8th,  6-7pm.  
[Livernois, Detroit] 
19376 Livernois Ave.

On view thru June 9th.

Shylo Arts


  
 
Elevate Closing Reception
Established as a Jewish Synagogue in 1925, the historic Shiloh Tabernacle was transformed into a Church of God in 1984. Having been abandoned for some years, the space now fosters the potential for recreation- a point of intrigue that Manal Shoukair, a Muslim Arab-American woman could not overlook. As the fourth iteration in a series of interactive site-specific installations, Shoukair has transformed the space into one of spiritual inquisition and curiosity. Elevate is one in a series of installations that ask viewers to journey consciously through the space they occupy.



Friday June 8th,  6-9pm. 
[Highland Park]
15700 Muirland St.


                   
 
Lectures and Other Events


David Klein Gallery - Detroit:
Join us for a conversation with Scott Hocking on Thursday, June 7th at 6pm.
Thursday, June 7th, 6pm. [Downtown, Detroit] 1520 Washington Blvd.

Live Coal Gallery at Detroit Fiber Works:
Meet the artist Delores Slowinski and see her amazing stitched phenomena! Conversation at 7pm.
Saturday, June 9th, 6-9pm. [Livernois, Detroit] 19359 Livernois

University of Michigan Museum of Art:
See Through: Windows and Mirrors in UMMA's Photography Collection explores how photographers employ windows and mirrors across 100 years of photography practice-from street photography to self-portraiture.
Sunday, June 10th, 3-4pm. [Ann Arbor] 525 South State St.

Glass Academy:
Welcome in summer fun with our whimsical glass flowerpots called 'Garpota's'. These playful flowers are so individual and unique you'll just have to pick out a few for friends and family!
Saturday June 9th, 10am-5pm. [Dearborn] 25331 Trowbridge St.

 
Art Writing

Short essays, Workshops, and Events


NEW! 101 Leslie Rogers

 
100 Jennifer Harge




 
Detroit Art Review

Photorealism @ 
Flint Institute of Arts

Michael Luchs @ 
MOCAD


McArthur Binion Curates @ 
Hill Gallery