Aimeclaire (AC) will succeed Dominic DiMarco, who has served as Cranbrook's president since 2012. She will assume her new role as Cranbrook's ninth president on July 1, 2021.

Dom announced his retirement last year, however, has agreed to stay on through June 30, 2021, to assist AC with the transition. A search for a new director of Cranbrook Schools will begin immediately.

Please join us in congratulating AC and thanking Dom!

Cranbrook Art Museum is now open with new days and hours of operation, including extended hours and free Thursdays. Pre-registration and masks are required. Please check our website to plan your visit.
Open during normal Museum hours

This new exhibition, featuring artwork from Nick Cave, Matthew Angelo Harrison, Maya Stovall, and many others, explores the ability of the artist to transcend the world around them in utterly unique ways. 
Please keep an eye on the Institute of Science website and social channels for updates.
Thursday, October 1, 2020

Raise funds and celebrate inspirational leaders in STEAM during this virtual event! Event details will be shared on the Institute’s website and social channels soon.
Sunday, August 9, 2020
3pm - 4:30pm

Learn about the New Deal-era mural, Hauling in the Net, painted for the Lincoln Park Post Office in 1940 by Zoltan Sepeshy, Cranbrook Academy of Art’s second director and president.
Daily (including weekends and holidays)
7am - 7pm

Discover 40 acres of beautiful gardens and enjoy the restorative power of nature. Free admission is sponsored by PNC Bank, All Seasons Independent Living, fleurdetroit, and Roberts Restaurant Group.
Cranbrook House, the Conservatory Greenhouse, and our restrooms remain closed at this time. Follow our social media channels or visit our website for updates.
Fall 2020 Academic Plans
Cranbrook Academy of Art and Cranbrook Schools are currently preparing for the fall. Our commitment to the welfare of our students and providing an extraordinary education remains at the forefront of our plans. Updates will be shared on our respective websites as they become available.
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Shapeshifters Exhibition Photo Credit
Takht-i-Sulayman Variation I (from the Protractor Series), Frank Stella, 1969. Gift of Rose M. Shuey, from the Collection of Dr. John and Rose M. Shuey. © 2020 Frank Stella/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, New York. Photography by R. H. Hensleigh.

Zoltan Sepeshy Photo Credit
Zoltan Sepeshy, Study for Hauling in the Net Mural, circa 1940 (detail). Collection of Smithsonian American Art Museum.