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Casey Drake isn’t the only one who’s been creating some sidewalk chalk masterpieces in these strange times of quarantine.
The Ann Arbor Art Center has a long list of online classes and workshops it will be offering in July.
The Detroit Riverwalk first opened to the public 13 years ago, but one local artist has been enjoying the view long before it was even a riverwalk.
As part of Detroit’s week-long celebration for Juneteenth, a group of teenagers painted a new mural on Woodward Avenue.
The AADL has launched three new initiatives intended to address anti-black racism in the Ann Arbor community and add to community history.
See artwork by residents young and old from Ann Arbor sidewalk art challenge.
From a mini music series to online workshops, A2SF has adjusted its programming this year.
The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum in downtown Ann Arbor has launched a new program to make sure that children in the area are engaging in STEM activities over the summer.
Ann Arbor artists and artisan guild hosts Bob Ross inspired video competition.
Learn new performance art skills with the University Musical Society.
Participate in Ann Arbor Summer Festival's Kooky Kreatures drawing challenge.
The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) has moved its “Thursdays at the Museum” program online due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Employees of The Detroit Institute of Arts released a video celebrating visitors of the museum.
Residents ages five and up designed Ann Arbor's new 'I Voted' stickers. Vote for your favorites.
Try these four creative challenges from Ann Arbor organizations to beat boredom.
David Zinn leaves chalk art surprises around Ann Arbor during month of April.
UMMA director Tina Olsen says there are currently three options to reopen the museum to the public.
A Downriver photographer isn’t letting coronavirus stop her creativity.
Elevate your creativity at home with a curated ArtBox from the Ann Arbor Art Center.
Reconnect to the University of Michigan Museum of Art while stuck as home.
New virtual programming connects audiences to live-streamed chats with artists.
Visit a virtual Ann Arbor through Minecraft.
A challenge issued by the Ann Arbor Art Center has taken on a life of its own.
Get a glimpse inside the mind of Ann Arbor's most famous street artist.
Local chalk artist David Zinn is keeping spirits up with his 3D drawings around town.
These murals are beautiful, and you may recognize some of the people in them!
These intricate tiles are expertly crafted and painted by hand. Watch the whole process.
While the entire nation watches the Michigan Primary, there are also plenty of Metro Detroit elections to keep an eye on.
Each year, local students create works of art that are displayed on Main Street throughout the month of March.