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Wind Metal with Kathy Leisen

Wed., Aug. 23, 7-8:30 p.m.
riverfrontarts@gmail.com
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@ Riverfront-Lakewood East Park, 14578 Riverside Blvd., Detroit, MI 48215
Artist and musician Kathy Leisen presents "Wind Metal" an interactive group performance that imagines the participants as part of a human wind chime. This event starts at 7PM and the performance begins promptly at 7:27PM. Chimes and light refreshments provided. Free, all ages. Free

http://www.riverfrontartsfestival.info/events/
Wind Metal with Kathy Leisen

Dlectricity 2017

Wed., Aug. 23, 7 p.m.-12 a.m. and Fri., Sept. 22, 7 p.m.-12 a.m.

DLECTRICITY is a nighttime outdoor festival of art and light that showcases the work of emerging and established artists, architects and industrial designers in the Cultural Corridor of Midtown Detroit. Thirty-six international, national and local artists have been commissioned to illuminate the Woodward corridor, from the Detroit Institute of Arts down to the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, with cutting-edge installations of light, video, performance, interactive engineering and other unexpected works of art.

Rashaad Newsome “King of Arms” Procession that launches DLECTRICITY on Friday, September 23, at 7PM. This is a New Orleans style parade that will circle around the DIA.

Family-Friendly “Electric Park” on the lawn of the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA), showcasing 3 interactive art installations by Carrie Morris Productions, DMET Design and Arts & Scraps.

DLECTRICITY’s Light Bike Parade is scheduled for Saturday, September 23. Staging begins at 6PM on Wayne State University’s Gullen Mall, and the ride begins at dark. This is a 4-mile ride through Midtown Detroit that is FREE to the public and perfect for families! Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/myevent?eid=34550527558

Philadelphia-based Klip Collective will have an amazing 3D video projection on the facade of the Detroit Public Library. Their project “The Librarian” will bring a parable for the Information Age, an interactive story projected onto the facade of the Detroit Public Library about a chaotic shift for a librarian that unfolds for observers through x-ray viewers.

Bluewater Technologies’ “Luminaria Magna” is a massive 25’ by 25’ square lightbox structure connected to pressure pads on the dance floor, turntables and other interactive elements that each control a different characteristic of the light. Local DJs will perform as festival visitors dance and engage with “Luminaria Magna” to create a unique display of energy efficient LED light.

DLECTRICITY is free and open to the public. For updates and more information follow DLECTRICITY on Twitter @MidtownDetroit, on Instagram @DLECTRICITY and “Like” us on Facebook @Dlectricity. Or visit our website at DLECTRICITY.com. #DLECTRICITY #DL3Bike

DLECTRICITY is produced by Midtown Detroit, Inc., a nonprofit community development organization that supports economic growth in Detroit’s Midtown district. Call 313-420-6000 or visit http://midtowndetroitinc.org for additional information. Free

http://midtowndetroitinc.org

"Alexander Girard: A Designer's Universe" Exhibition

Tuesdays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through Oct. 8
phone 248-645-3320
artmuseum@cranbrook.edu

Cranbrook Art Museum presents the U.S. debut of "Alexander Girard: A Designer's Universe," a career retrospective of one of the most important and influential designers of the twentieth century. Artmembers Always Free, Children 12 & under Always Free, Adults $10, Seniors (65 and older) $8, Students with ID $6

http://www.cranbrookartmuseum.org/exhibition/alexander-girard-a-designers-universe/
Cranbrook Art Museum (map)
39221 N. Woodward Ave.
Greater Birmingham Area
phone (877) 462-7262
"Alexander Girard: A Designer's Universe" Exhibition
Through Aug. 23, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
phone 734 936 3326
serrag@med.umich.edu

@ North Campus Research Complex, 2800 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor, Mi 48109
Carole Harris is a fiber artist, working primarily in the art of quilt medium. Her work has extended the boundaries of traditional quilting. Her process is improvisational. She lets the fabric and color lead her on a rhythmic journey, using combinations of commercially printed cottons, silks, linen, hand dyed, hand painted, vintage fabrics and paper thrown in. These materials are cut up, overlaid, hand stitched, burned, painted, repositioned, until she knows that she has arrived at her destination of a densely layered composition. Her work is included in many private and institutional collections and has been exhibited extensively worldwide. free

http://ncrc.umich.edu/art/bearing-witness
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