Peruse the stunning illustrations and script from Rosemary Valero-O'Connell's mini comic The Stranger, a project commissioned by AADL for A2CAF: SIP and Free Comic Book Day. This sci-fi romance touches on love, loss, and the ways changing technologies can manipulate our emotions.
The Art on a Journey Gallery is a non-profit gallery of local artists who are currently unsheltered, have been affected by homelessness or are housing insecure and at risk of becoming homeless. Each artist is encouraged to express and share their journey through stunning creations of various mediums.
This exhibit showcases the work of eight artists: Alice, Cindy, Eric, Gordon, Rachel, Rose, Sharon and Walt.
This 19th annual edition of the AIA Huron Valley Chapter Honor Awards features a total of 30 submissions from 14 different firms. The awards seek to recognize architectural projects, built and unbuilt, across a range of categories that demonstrate skill and sensitivity in the resolution of aesthetic, functional, and technical requirements and/or the advancement of the contemporary understanding of architecture. These projects are a celebration of the many hours of work, creativity, and intelligent architectural solutions of the members of the AIA Huron Valley Chapter.
This group exhibit features the collected works of the Painting Section of the University of Michigan’s Faculty Women’s Club (FWC) covering a large variety of styles and media.
Join us for Exiled to Motown, a traveling historical exhibit that tells the story of Japanese Americans in metro Detroit. Japanese Americans have been a part of Michigan's vibrant history for over a hundred years, but their first major immigration to the Midwest came as a result of World War II. After being forcibly removed from the Pacific coast and imprisoned in the inland West, some Japanese Americans sought to begin life anew in cities far from home, like Detroit. There was a dark side to these Rustbelt refuges, however: The U.S.
This exhibit features risograph, digital, and relief prints from eight Taiwanese artists on the theme of "The Wonderful Year of the Rabbit." For the past 38 years, the Taiwan Ministry of Culture has invited artists to create prints in celebration of the Lunar New Year season. This exhibit features two commissioned prints and six first-prize winners chosen by judges under the auspices of the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts.
Kizuna Tree is an interactive installation/performance collaboration between Detroit Public Television, WDET, and IS/LAND.
The Ann Arbor Art Center (A2AC) invites artists working within the context of printmaking to participate in Awake! Printmaking in Action opening April 14 through May 28, 2023.
Each year the Ann Arbor Public Schools come to the Ann Arbor District Library to showcase the work of their students. Once again, the developing talents of students from across the city will be shown throughout the Library.
Both two-dimensional and three-dimensional art in many mediums will fill the display cases and cover the walls of our art display areas. Enjoy the wonderfully creative projects of the students of kindergarten through twelfth grade art classes.
The Michigan Art Education Association (MAEA) offers its members the unique opportunity to showcase outstanding artwork produced by students from all regions of the state of Michigan.