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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Michigan Glass Project gears up for main event at Russell Industrial Center

Posted By on Wed, Jul 18, 2018 at 6:50 AM

click to enlarge the Michigan Glass Project, 2017 - PHOTO BY CONNER MCHUGH
  • Photo by Conner McHugh
  • the Michigan Glass Project, 2017

The Michigan Glass Project — a glass, music, and arts festival benefiting art programs in Detroit Public Schools — returns to the Russell Industrial Center with a kick-glass lineup. More than 60 renowned glass artists will be on display creating works of art on site to be auctioned off to benefit Art Road, a nonprofit. In addition to live painters, blowers, art vendors, food, and drinks, the event boasts over 40 musical artists across two stages during the three-day event, including headliner Kool Keith, DJ Dez, and D-Cyphered Live.

Michigan Glass Project event begins at noon Friday, July 20, 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 21, and noon on Sunday, July 22 at Russell Industrial Center;  1600 Clay St., Detroit; themichiganglassproject.com; Tickets are $15 per day or $30 for the weekend.



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