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Poets, Mystics, and Gods

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During the month of June, Mighty Real/Queer Detroit presents a series of exhibitions that celebrates 77 years of LGBTQ+ art. These exhibitions—spread out among 16 Metro-Detroit galleries—feature established and emerging Detroit artists, as well as artists whose careers were shortened by HIV/AIDS. As a partner in this historic event, the Detroit Artists Market hosts the exhibition Poets, Mystics, and Gods. Featured Artist: Pamela Day Opening Reception: Friday, June 3, 5-9 p.m.

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  • Detroit Artists Market

    4719 Woodward Ave., northwest corner of Forest & Woodward Midtown

    (313) 832-8540; (313) 832-8543 (FAX)

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