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Sunday Brunch Artisan Markets at Trumbull + Porter
May
27
to Sep 16

Sunday Brunch Artisan Markets at Trumbull + Porter

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Join us at an open air artisan market in the courtyard of Trumbull & Porter, a new 144-room boutique hotel located in the heart of Corktown in Detroit!

10:00a - 2:00p every Sunday
starting May 27 through September 16

We will host up to 5 featured vendors each Sunday, operating in conjunction with the hotel's in-house restaurant, Red Dunn Kitchen, which offers an artfully prepared Sunday brunch with outdoor seating and an outdoor cash bar.

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Maker Mixer - City Hall ArtSpace
Jul
19
4:00 PM16:00

Maker Mixer - City Hall ArtSpace

July's Maker Mixer will be hosted by City Hall ArtSpace!

***This event is FREE and open to the public, RSVP to Shaela Wilson ( shaela.wilson@artspace.org ) by FRIDAY, JULY 13TH! 

City Hall Artspace is a mixed-use arts campus in the old Dearborn City Hall that is in the process of being built out. City Hall Artspace Lofts combines 53 units of affordable live/work space for artists and their families, work studios, incubator space for entrepreneurs and artists, office space for creative businesses and non profits, a live/work unit for an artist-in-residency program, and galleries. 

City Hall Artspace is home to a number of artists-in-residence who span a plethora of art/craft forms and mediums. This will be a great chance to see the amazing way they are using the space, and to meet the resident artists and see their work!

Also joining us will be student members of POP, who are responsible for the sculpture outside the building and will be presenting their plan for a mural inside!

Join us for light refreshments and conversation!

--Maker Mixers are monthly events held in craft studios around Detroit, and are open to hobbyists, professional makers, collectors and enthusiasts alike! We welcome additional sponsoring organizations, volunteers, and hosts.--

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Eames Happy Hour with House Industries
Jul
19
5:00 PM17:00

Eames Happy Hour with House Industries

The Henry Ford is excited to welcome back House Industries co-founder Andy Cruz for our July Eames Happy Hour in honor of our current special exhibit, “The World of Charles and Ray Eames.” Andy will share the design journey House Industries and the Eames family have taken to explore artwork, fonts, prototyping, toys, and yes, even some furniture.

As part of the evening’s presentation, you can explore “The World of Charles and Ray Eames.” We’ll also have an exciting assortment of giveaways on hand, including a rare LTR “E” prototype, designed as part of a House Industries x Eames Office x Herman Miller collaboration.

Eames Happy Hour, presented by our partners at Herman Miller, will take place from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation. Admission is free for members of The Henry Ford or just $5 for guests.

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Mo Pop's Craft Bazaar
Jul
28
to Jul 29

Mo Pop's Craft Bazaar

Showcasing a group of 20 makers and artists from Metro Detroit that are DUCF customer favorites – some that have been with us for years, and some that just debuted!

We all can’t wait to show you what we’ll be making for this summer for our Mo Pop shoppers! When you want to take a break from the incredible band line-up, make sure to check out the Craft Bazaar, along with the other fun villagesthat will be there.

Want to learn more about the Mo Pop Festival, or get your tickets? Head on over to the Mo Pop Festival website for all the deets.

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Maker Faire Detroit
Jul
28
to Jul 29

Maker Faire Detroit

Find your next obsession on a quirky journey through the outlandish and profound creations of brilliant hackers, inventors and entrepreneurs. Inside and outside Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, explore 24 acres of cutting-edge technology alongside the historic inventions and innovations that first sparked the maker movement.

Roll up your sleeves for hundreds of DIY projects that will leave you reeling and ruminating on your next big idea long after the two-day festival ends. Encounter creativity everywhere you look, from robotics and animatronics to flaming carnivalgames, marshmallow shooters, mechanical wizardry and more.

Maker Faire® is the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth—a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker Movement. It’s a place where people show what they are making, and share what they are learning. 

Makers range from tech enthusiasts to crafters to homesteaders to scientists to garage tinkerers. They are of all ages and backgrounds. The aim of Maker Faire® is to entertain, inform, connect and grow this community. 

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Michigan Fiber Festival
Aug
15
to Aug 19

Michigan Fiber Festival

The Michigan Fiber Festival is a non-profit organization that promotes the natural fiber industry. They annually host one of the Midwest's largest Fiber Festivals. which takes place the third week of August every year at the Allegan County Fairgrounds in Allegan, MI. 

Join them for a festival full of workshops and exhibits!

https://www.michiganfiberfestival.info/pages/2018-mi-fiber-festival

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Detroit Kite Festival
Jul
15
10:00 AM10:00

Detroit Kite Festival

The Detroit Kite Festival is returning to Belle Isle on Sunday, July 15th, from 10am until 6pm. In addition to kite ying, the Detroit Institute of Arts Education Studio will host the Kite Making Tent for kids. Guests are encouraged to tinker, play and invent
in the Will It Fly? Tent, or learn about kites and re ect on kite ying memories in the Book Nook. Detroit’s own high- ying legends, the Windjammers Kite Team, will be back to perform their synchronized kite show. Need a kite? Kites and merchandise will be for sale at the Kite Shop, and dozens of kites will be available to borrow at the Kite Cart.

This year Detroit Kite Festival is pleased to partner with with Michigan Philharmonic to bring a musical backdrop to kite flying.

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Wasserman Projects - Color-Aid Exhibit Opening
Jul
13
6:00 PM18:00

Wasserman Projects - Color-Aid Exhibit Opening

Wasserman Projects is pleased to present Color-aid, an exhibition of new and recent works by New York- and Paris-based painter Ken Aptekar, Cologne-based artist Peter Zimmermann, and Detroit-based sculptor and ceramicist Abigail Murray. Together, these artists' vividly-colored and highly-textured paintings, photographs, and ceramics will engage viewers in a sensory experience that highlights our emotional and psychic responses to visual stimuli. 

The exhibition will remain on view through August 30, 2018.

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French Linkstitch Sewing Bookbinding Class
Jun
16
10:00 AM10:00

French Linkstitch Sewing Bookbinding Class

instructor: Jean Buescher Bartlett

Exquisite and rugged flax Cave Paper will be the primary medium for this unique non-adhesive book structure. The multiple signature text block with colored endsheets will be sewn on double tapes that will then be woven into the book’s front and back covers. The exposed sewing is highlighted through windows cut along the spine and into the cover paper.

Jean Buescher Bartlett is the founder and owner of Bloodroot Press, an Ann Arbor-based studio and bindery. For the past 30 years Jean has published and produced a range of limited edition, letterpress printed, illustrated books, including The Day the World Began by Fay Weldon, Porch Swing by Alison Swan, and An Alphabet Book that contains 26 original gouache paintings. She hand bound the 175 copy deluxe edition of Zingerman's Guide to Better Bacon: Stories of Pork Bellies, Hush Puppies, Rock 'n' Roll Music and Bacon Fat Mayonnaise by Ari Weinzweig.

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Maker Mixer - Mutual Adoration
Jun
14
7:00 PM19:00

Maker Mixer - Mutual Adoration

June's Maker Mixer will be hosted by Mutual Adoration!

Clare and Wayne of Mutual Adoration are visual artists and design enthusiasts, focused on creating furnishings for unique homes and innovative commercial spaces. They make handcrafted furniture, frames, and housewares in POST, an old Detroit post office-turned studio space and retail store!

Join us for drinks and conversation!

--Maker Mixers are monthly events held in craft studios around Detroit, and are open to hobbyists, professional makers, collectors and enthusiasts alike! We welcome additional sponsoring organizations, volunteers, and hosts.--

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Tom Phardel Artist Talk at BBAC
Jun
14
6:30 PM18:30

Tom Phardel Artist Talk at BBAC

Tom Phardel—sculptor, ceramist, and curator; beekeeper and bonsai enthusiast—has long played a critical role in the Detroit art community as both an artist and a supporter of other artists, and of course of the ceramic tradition. Serving as (much beloved) teacher and chair of ceramics at CCS for thirty years, he has inspired successive generations of students while pursuing his own artistic path, a path that has led him to a body of work notable for its sense of mystery, spirituality, and devoted connection to the natural world.

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9th Annual Glass Gardens
Jun
9
to Jun 10

9th Annual Glass Gardens

It’s a new kind of Garden Party! Come join in the fun and experience the blend of art and nature as we celebrate the arrival of Summer.

 The Glass Academy (25331 Trowbridge, Dearborn, MI 48124) presents it’s 9th Annual “Glass Gardens” show and sale June 9th & 10th at the Dearborn studio. Featuring the signature ‘Garptoa’ flower pot and other decorative glass accents for the home garden, paired with educational live entertainment of glassblowing each day.

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Pewabic House and Garden Show
Jun
8
to Jun 10

Pewabic House and Garden Show

The 28th annual Pewabic House & Garden Show – a weekend celebrating Pewabic and introducing our latest work and ware – opens to the public June 8-10 with activities for the whole family, featuring:

  • A showcase of contemporary and brand new Pewabic pieces

  • Displays featuring our architectural installation designs

  • Ceramics by more than 80 artists from around North America

  • Free docent-guided tours of our National Historic Landmark

  • Demonstrations by Pewabic artisans

  • Drop-in workshops for the whole family

  • A biergarten in our courtyard

  • The opening of our annual Maker/Mentor exhibition highlighting recent work by Pewabic teachers, students and staff

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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Wholesale How-To + Trade Show Walkthrough
May
31
6:30 PM18:30

Wholesale How-To + Trade Show Walkthrough

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Join the Detroit Arts & Business Institute to learn all about wholesale!
To do wholesale the RIGHT WAY you need targeted business strategies and operations, modified relationship building techniques and special pricing.
If done right, wholesale can be extremely profitable and a wonderful addition to retail sales.

You'll Learn:

  • Pros & Cons of Wholesale

  • How to know if you're ready 

  • Planning for wholesale sales

  • Retail  vs wholesale pricing

  • What you need to crack the wholesale market

  • Introduction to Sales Reps

  • How to build the right relationships to succeed

Detroit Center for Design + Technology
 Thursday, 5/31  
6:30-8pm
Trade Show Walk Through - Monday 6/4, time TBD

$35 EARLY BIRD PRICING TIL' 5/22 
On 5/23 price jumps to $45
$55 at door

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Grosse Pointe Art Fair
May
19
to May 20

Grosse Pointe Art Fair

  • 788 Lake Shore Road Grosse Pointe Shores, MI, 48236 United States (map)
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We are excited to present the Grosse Pointe Art Fair at the Grosse Pointe Yacht Club's annual Great Lakes Boating Festival. This is the 30th year of the Boat Show and we are adding an all-media invitational fine art fair.

This is a FREE event open to the public. FREE Parking at Grosse Pointe North High School with a FREE Shuttle to the Yacht Club. 

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Gem Stone Setting with Gerry Lewy
May
18
to May 20

Gem Stone Setting with Gerry Lewy

Take your stone setting to the next level when master gem setter Gerry Lewy returns to Studio JSD for a 3 day Visiting Artist Workshop. You will learn 4 great techniques, princess setting, gypsy or flush setting, and 4 and 6 prong settings. Plus you will have plenty of time to practice your techniques under the guidance of a master stone setter. All materials, silver mountings and stones, and a professional stone setting tool kit are included in the workshop price.

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CCS Student Exhibition Grand Opening
May
11
7:00 PM19:00

CCS Student Exhibition Grand Opening

  • 201 East Kirby Street Detroit, MI, 48202 United States (map)
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Enjoy the exclusive opportunity to browse and purchase exceptional
artwork created by CCS students. Listen to live music by local bands, and sample hors d’oeuvres and cocktails provided by area restaurants and caterers. 

May 11, 2018
7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. General Admission 
Tickets - $50 General Admission

Location: A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education
460 W. Baltimore in Detroit’s New Center Area

Free parking is available on both campuses with shuttle service to and from the Taubman Center

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Peony Pretties for Mom, Paper Flower Workshop with Paper Petaler
May
11
6:00 PM18:00

Peony Pretties for Mom, Paper Flower Workshop with Paper Petaler

  • 2670 Coolidge Highway Berkley, MI, 48072 United States (map)
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Hosted by June & December + Marie Louise Otto, from Paper Petaler

Friday May 11th from 6-7:30pm

Learn how to make beautiful paper peonies!

Enjoy bubbles and bites during this instructional handmade workshop where Marie will share the intricate details of how to make crepe paper peony flowers from the inside out. You’ll also learn what supplies work best and how to create a template so that you can grow your own paper garden that will always stay in bloom.

Everyone will leave with a long stemmed paper peony and vase. No experience necessary, this class is open to ages 12+.

We’ll be using a hot glue gun. All materials provided. Light refreshments will be served. Space is limited.

Please arrive 5-10 mins. before the class starts. Free parking is available in the front + back of June & December, 2670 Coolidge Hwy. Berkley, MI 48072

Cancellation Policy :

In the event of low registration, workshops may be cancelled by June & December 48 hours before the intended class, in which you will be contacted and granted a full refund. Workshop registrations are non refundable but can be transferred to a friend if needed.

$40

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Great Lakes Woodworking Festival
May
6
12:00 PM12:00

Great Lakes Woodworking Festival

  • 2300 North Adrian Highway Adrian, MI, 49221 United States (map)
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This year the GLWF is bringing together the best woodworkers from the Great Lakes region, ranging from several different woodworking disciplines. We are unified by our love for woodworking, getting our hands dirty, and sharing our talent and skill with the public. This event will showcase 35+ woodworking artist who are selling their handmade goods. This event will also have free classes, demonstrations, and prizes. It is 100% free to the public.

This years event will be held on Sunday May 6th, 2018, 12pm-6pm. The event location is at the beautiful Sam Beauford Woodshop.

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Michele Oka Doner Artist Talk + Book Signing
May
3
5:00 PM17:00

Michele Oka Doner Artist Talk + Book Signing

Please join us in welcoming back Michele Oka Doner on Thursday, May 3rd at 5pm. Oka Doner will give an artist talk, providing first hand insight to the influences and development of her practice as well as how her time in Detroit shaped her work. 
 

We will also be unveiling a special publication produced in conjunction with the exhibition "Fluent in the Language of Dreams" currently on display. Books will be on sale for the artist to sign. 

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Cranbrook Chair Show
May
2
6:30 PM18:30

Cranbrook Chair Show

  • 1301 Broadway Street Detroit, MI, 48226 United States (map)
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Please join us for a panel discussion on seating design, Cranbrook’s history, and the future of chair design. 

The discussion will feature four distinguished voices in contemporary design; Scott Klinker, Iris Eichenberg, Brian Kritzman and Von Robinson. The conversation will be moderated by Joe Parr (3D Design '19).

This exhibition features original chairs, designed and built by current MFA and MArch candidates at Cranbrook Academy of Art, and also highlights the history of the exhibition at the Academy. The chairs are on display at 1301 Broadway, a storefront in downtown Detroit.

Cranbrook Chair Show Panel Discussion
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
6:30 - 7:30pm
1301 Broadway 
Detroit, Michigan 
Parking is available in the Z Garage

Regular gallery hours:
Thursday - Friday: 4pm - 8pm
Saturday - Sunday: 12pm - 4pm

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2018 College Day for High School Students
Apr
28
1:00 PM13:00

2018 College Day for High School Students

Are you interested in studying art & design for a career? Do you think you are ready to apply to an art school?
Faculty & admission representatives from (mostly) Michigan schools will be available to answer questions & review portfolios at this Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center Event!

FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Confirmed thus far for 2018:

Albion College
College for Creative Studies
Cleveland Institute of Art
Gwen Frostic School of Art, Western Michigan University
Lawrence Technological University
Michigan State University
Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
Oakland University
Savannah College of Art & Design
Penny W. Stamps School of Art, University of Michigan

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Pewabic Artist Lecture: Alex Thullen
Apr
19
7:00 PM19:00

Pewabic Artist Lecture: Alex Thullen

At an artist lecture, 7 PM, April 19, Thullen will talk about the practices that led to his current body of studio work. He’ll also share his experiences at Pewabic and his efforts exploring locally sourced urban architectural environmental material to use as an element in glazes.

Thullen received his BFA from Wayne State University in 2005. He exhibits his studio work – Alex Thullen Ceramics – throughout North America, and his honors and awards include being named CERAMICS MONTHLY Emerging Artist in 2015, the KC Clay Guild Purchase Award, Kansas City Clay Guild Teabowl National, Kansas City, Mo., and best in show at Pewabic’s Maker/Mentor exhibition in 2017.

The lecture will take place in our Workshop Studio.

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Kelly Hael & Ryan Lack Pewabic Visit
Apr
14
11:00 AM11:00

Kelly Hael & Ryan Lack Pewabic Visit

Brighton-based studio artists Kelly Haehl and Ryan Lack, known for their Michigan mugs and tiny wheel-thrown vessels, will talk about their art and demonstrate their techniques, 11 AM – 4 PM April 14.

A self taught potter from Howell, Mich., Lack teaches ceramics and designs and builds tiny potter’s wheels and experimental kilns. Haehl received her BFA in ceramics from Michigan State University in 2009, and worked as a glaze technician at Pewabic until leaving in 2017 so that she and Lack could focus more on their studio careers at Haehl Ceramics.

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The Intersection: Sustainable Fashion
Apr
12
7:00 PM19:00

The Intersection: Sustainable Fashion

Please join MOCAD and Science Gallery Lab Detroit for The Intersection as we explore questions around sustainable fashion.

How does what we are wearing affect the environment we live in, and what creative approaches are being utilized by creatives to address the fashion industry’s impact on the environment? Industry professionals and artists from Detroit is the New Black, Lazlo, and Detroit Fiber Works will explore the behind-the-scenes process of creating the products that we see on shelves in our favorite stores. From the time the seeds are planted in the ground to the amount of water and pesticides that are used to enhance the harvest all the way to the dye that is used to color the fabric. We’ll talk about what exactly we are wearing and some of the science behind the fashion industry and sustainable fashion.

Panelists include, Ashton Keys, Founder of Ninety6, Roslyn Karamoko, Founder of Detroit is the New Black, Mandisa Smith, Co-Owner Detroit Fiber Works and Christian Birky, Founder of Lazlo.

In addition to the panel there will be a free screen printing on site and participants can leave with a free t-shirt.

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Jeanne Bieri Artist Talk
Apr
12
6:30 PM18:30

Jeanne Bieri Artist Talk

Join the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center for an Artist Talk with textile artist Jeanne Bieri!

Jeanne grew up on a farm in Hastings, Michigan, taught in a two-room school house in Hopkins, Michigan, got married and moved to Detroit in 1972. In the 1980’s, she discovered art-making, began to translate the visual world into her own terms, and earned an MFA from Wayne State University. Jeanne uses sewing as a way to move ideas and images, a type of visual problem solving that keeps the artistic process flexible.

Artist Talks at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center are free and open to the public!

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Embrace Creatives Think Tank: Approaching Opportunities
Apr
10
6:30 PM18:30

Embrace Creatives Think Tank: Approaching Opportunities

  • 4130 Cass Avenue #Suite C Detroit, MI 48201 (map)
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Come together with Creative Businesses from around the country in a casual atmosphere to brainstorm ways we can build healthy relationships with Commercial Art Buyers.
With Guest Experts we'll dive into how Artists can;

  • present themselves professionally,

  • effectively showcase their work,

  • know their audience better,

  • and more…

There are two ways to participate;

  1. Galerie Camille’s beautiful space in Detroit, MI (6:30 - 8:00)
  2. via livestream  (6:30 - 7:30)

FREE BUT RSVP

Each RSVP'd guest will receive a complimentary, Approaching Opportunities Resource Guide to download and print before the event. 
 
Donations appreciated through VENMO

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FILM SCREENING: J. FRED WOELL: AN AMERICAN VISION
Apr
7
1:00 PM13:00

FILM SCREENING: J. FRED WOELL: AN AMERICAN VISION

  • Cranbrook Art Museum deSalle Auditorium (map)
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Join us in celebrating the life and work of metalsmith, jeweler, and political artists, J. Fred Woell (CAA Sculpture, ‘69). A new documentary film directed by Richard Kane, J. Fred Woell: An American Vision (2017) celebrates the pioneering metal artist who created work with wit, satire, and meaning. In 1965, J. Fred Woell took his cast silver jewelry to New York City galleries and was turned down flat. “Use gold or forget it,” they said. A confirmed contrarian, Woell vowed to make jewelry from material of no value, inspiring the term “anti-jewelry.” Nearly fifty years later, he was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society of North American Goldsmiths.

Fred Woell: An American Vision chronicles Woell’s life and artwork, which is now housed in permanent collections across the country and internationally, including at the Museum of Arts and Design. Woell has inspired generations of students through positions at Boston University, the Swain School of Design, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, and SUNY New Paltz, as well as through his many workshops and mentorships.

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Some Like It Hot: An Introduction to Enameling
Mar
31
10:00 AM10:00

Some Like It Hot: An Introduction to Enameling

Need to spice up your jewelry and metal objects with some color? In this workshop we will explore a few of the many possibilities to adorn metal surfaces with enamel. We will first learn the basics of enamel application and firing techniques and continue to push these “introductory skills” to create one-of-a-kind works of art.

All levels are welcome. 

Materials and lunch included in registration fee.

 

 

Send in your registrations - first come first serve!

http://misilversmith.org/documents/Marissa_Saneholtz_Enameling_Workshop_March_31,_2018.pdf

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i3Detroit Sewing Monthly Sew Up
Mar
28
7:00 PM19:00

i3Detroit Sewing Monthly Sew Up

  • 1481-A Wordsworth Street Ferndale, MI, 48220 United States (map)
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Stitch (bring your own projects), sip wine (BYOB), share (ideas, stories, knowledge). If you need help with a project, maybe someone has an answer. Come for the support, motivation, and ideas. Goal is to accomplish more together and perhaps ideas for sewing classes will come out of our sew-ups. Who: i3Detroit members and community (public) All sewing levels! Complete newbies too!

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March Maker Mixer - Glass Academy Dearborn
Mar
24
7:00 PM19:00

March Maker Mixer - Glass Academy Dearborn

March's Maker Mixer will be hosted by the Dearborn Glass Academy! 

The Glass Academy is the creative brainchild of founding artists Chris Nordin and Michelle Plucinsky. An extensive background in the glass arts with Bachelors of Fine Arts from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, and Alfred University in New York (respectfully), both artists have a wide resume of skills. The current studio functions in a variety of ways; as a teaching facility, event space, and a design studio. This 14,000 square foot facility, tucked away in a vintage tool and dye area of Dearborn’s west side,  aims to expand consumers awareness of how handcrafted glass can be utilized as a functional and/or decorative element in modern applications.

Feel free to bring or invite other craftspeople, makers, or advocates. Maker Mixer is a monthly event sponsored by the Center for Craft & Applied Arts and Design. Make. Detroit. We welcome additional sponsoring organizations, volunteers, and hosts

Come join Detroit area craftspeople for drinks, light refreshments and conversation!

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	 Visiting Artist Reception with Chuck Bruce
Mar
23
6:00 PM18:00

Visiting Artist Reception with Chuck Bruce

  • 219 N 7th St #4 Grand Haven, MI 49417 (map)
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Please join us as we welcome brand new Studio JSD Visiting Artist Chuck Bruce! Silversmith and lapidary artist Chuck Bruce is such a popular instructor his Inlay Cuff Bracelet class sold out in just 5 days--a studio record! Enjoy light refreshments and beverages as you visit with Chuck and his workshop participants and view project samples and some of his amazing work. Everyone is welcome and the reception is free to attend.

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February Maker Mixer - Ponyride Wood Shop
Feb
17
7:00 PM19:00

February Maker Mixer - Ponyride Wood Shop

February's Maker Mixer will be hosted by Ponyride!

Ponyride is a nonprofit founded within a 30,000 square foot building in Detroit, committed to facilitating the growth of social missions within artists, entrepreneurs, makers, and nonprofits. They offer the opportunity to fail, develop, and mature, which in turn makes our city a better place to live, work, and prosper. Ponyride is also home to an amazing wood shop that is fitted top to tail with anything a woodworker might need. 

Maker Mixer is a monthly event sponsored by the Center for Craft & Applied Arts and Design. Make. Detroit. Come join Detroit area craftspeople for drinks, light refreshments and conversation! 

Feel free to bring or invite other craftspeople, makers, or advocates.

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