"The Scarab Club of Detroit is the outgrowth of the Hopkin Club, which was started about 1907 by admirers of old 'Bob' Hopkin, Detroit's first painter of wide repute. After Hopkin's death in 1910, the Club was reorganized and renamed the Scarab Club, after the Egyptian beetle which was their symbol of imortality. ... Our mission is to encourage the fellowship between artists and those interested in the arts, and to provide a place where artists may create and exhibit their work. We offer opportunities to all area artists to enter most of our shows, held usually from September to June of every year." from the Scarab Club Web page.

Across John R from the Detroit Institute of Arts
Parking: Adjacent parking lot (or park on street)

Upcoming Events

  • Lounge | The Space Between: Jeanne Bieri (Art Opening)

    • Wed., May 23, 12-5 p.m. and Sat., July 7, 12-5 p.m. Free
  • [UNDER]: Opening reception (Art Opening)

    • Fri., May 25, 5 p.m. free
  • Burroughs Dinner & Lecture | John Sloan’s American Journey (Artists Talk)

    • Thu., May 31, 6-9 p.m.
  • Scarab Club Garden Party (Live/Concert)

    • Fri., June 15, 7-10 p.m. $35.00
  • Artists Career Series: Getting into Galleries and Exhibitions (Artists Talk)

    • Sun., Oct. 21 TBA

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