Experience the complexity of the human experience through the eyes of acclaimed American sculptor George Segal and his hauntingly lifelike figures in plaster at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park.
The Detroit Institute of Arts welcomes three important works by Frida Kahlo and Salvador Dalí, presented alongside photographs from the DIA’s collection, documenting the artists’ imaginative, larger-than-life personae.
Marquette has a rich history of outdoor recreation beginning with the first tourist who came to the region to fish in 1849.
In 1933, Alden B. Dow began designing his home and studio, a powerful and exciting statement of his architectural style and his place in 20th century American design.
Detroit designers always have led the way in car design. This exhibit organized by the Detroit Institute of Arts highlights the artistry and influence of Detroit car designers working between 1950 and the present day.
Experience the most magical time of year as Meijer Gardens transforms into a world of winter magic with the glow of nearly 400,000 lights, 46 captivating international trees and displays and more surprises than can fit under the tree.
Enjoy a guided experience to watch the Hunter’s Moon and Beaver Moon rise over the wetlands. A Chippewa Nature Center naturalist will share information about nocturnal animals during this evening Read more [...]