Fall Arts Issue
Fall Arts List
A roundup of upcoming art exhibits, dance events, theatrical performances and literary happenings
Published: September 14, 2011
323 East Gallery and Boutique 323 E. Fourth St., Royal Oak, 866-756-6538 Through 10/5 - Urban Roots. A group exhibition where artists interpret Detroit's urban farming movement in the present and what this landscape may look like in the future. Inspired by the film Urban Roots. 10/8 - Denial. Street artist from Windsor. December - Dan Armand and Dennis Jacobs.
Alfred Berkowitz Gallery U of M-Dearborn, Dearborn, 313-593-5058 1/1-2/29 - Artists in the Collection. 3/1-4/30 - Prized Possessions/Personal Collections. 5/1-6/30 - Michigan Glass 2012: Glass 50th. 6/1-6/30 - Open Competition 2012.
Ann Arbor Art Center 117 W. Liberty, Ann Arbor, 734-994-8004 Through 10/2 - Annual: All Media Exhibition. 10/8-10/9 - Liberty Local. Art fair. 11/8-12/4 - Michigan Water Color Society's Traveling Exhibition. 11/8-12/4 - Bob Paup Photography: Focus on Maine.
Anton Art Center 125 Macomb Place, Mount Clemens, 586-469-8666 Through 9/24 - On The Wall. 9/22-10/21 - Small Wonders. 11/18-12/22 - Christmas Market 2011: Gifts of Joy. 1/20-2/25 - Michigan Annual XXXVIII. 4/27-6/16 - POP.
Art & Ideas Contemporary Art Gallery & Studio 15095 Northville Rd., Plymouth, 734-420-0775 Through 10/15 - Works in Progress. Displays how a concept for a series of artwork is developed by the artist. Artist-in-residence Shaqe Kalaj will exhibit not only several artworks in various stages of completion, but also all the supporting research material and background visual references used to develop the series concepts. 10/27-12/22 - Downtown FOOT Art.
Art Department Gallery 5451 Cass Ave., Detroit, 313-993-7813 Through 10/14 - Watercolor Revisited: A New Perspective. 10/28-12/2 - Faculty Exhibition. 1/13-2/10 - WSU MFA Thesis Exhibition. 3/2-3/23 - Tri-County High School Exhibition. 4/13-5/11 - WSU Undergraduate Exhibition. 5/25-6/22 - WSU Art Education Exhibition.
Art Effect Gallery 1420 E. Fisher Fwy., Detroit, 810-522-7515 Through 10/1 - In Black and White. An all media group show that explores the black and white aesthetic. 10/7 - We Are Here. More than 40 original works of art created by nationally and internationally known Detroit artists spanning multiple mediums and artistic movements. 11/5-12/17 - Holiday Boutique.
Art Gallery of Windsor 401 Riverside Dr. West, Windsor, 519-977-0013 Through 9/25 - Gender and Membership in 3 Canadian Art Groups. Through 10/9 - Annie MacDonell: The Abyss and the Horizon. 9/21-12/31 - 2011 AGW Biennial. 10/8-12/31 - Joseph Hubbard: You Don't Know What You Are Seeing (Romancing the Gallery). 10/17-10/22 - Homework: Infrastructures & Collaboration in Social Practices. Broken City Lab presents in collaboration with the AGW this four-day residency, two-day conference and collaboratively-written publication aimed at generating dialogue. See brokencitylab.org. 12/7-12/11, 12/14-12/18 - Please Don't Go. Part of the 2011 AGW Biennial, artist Stephen Mueller inhabits a display case, constructed of two-way mirrored glass; the proportions of the case have been designed specifically to accommodate his body.
Artcite 109 University W., Windsor, 519-977-6564 Through 10/8 - Borders. Works by Jose Luis Torres. 9/24 - Fahrenheit Festival of Fire Sculpture. Features more than 10 fire sculptures made on-site by Canadian artists, a performance by Detroit's Bacchanal Promotions Circus and Fire Juggling Troupe, live music by Lonesome Lefty, kids' activities and more. Located at the LaSalle Vollmer Culture and Recreation Center Pond Park. 10/14-11/12 - By Its Cover. 12/2-12/23 - Doin' the Louvre. Annual Christmas fundraising exhibition and sale.
Biddle Gallery 2840 Biddle Ave., Wyandotte, 734-281-4779 Through 9/16 - Fiber Trilogy 9/30-11/30 - Donald Cronkhite: Before the Strom. Cronkhite's large-scale paintings capture cloud formations in the moments before a storm, focusing on form, color and contrast.
Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center 1516 S. Cranbrook Rd., Birmingham, 248-644-0866 Through 10/7 - The Students of Andrea Tama. Through 10/7 - Three Views. Featuring Rose DeSloover, Sherry Moore and Lois Teicher. Through 10/7 - Birmingham Society of Women Painters. Through 10/7 - Elijah Van Benschoten. 10/14-11/11 - The Students of Leslie Masters and Robin Servo. 10/14-11/11 - Jerry Lee Morton. 10/14-11/11 - Faculty Exhibition.
Bloomfield Galleries 79 W. Long Lake Rd., West Bloomfield, 248-731-7198 Through 9/30 - The Appeal of the Figure. Figurative pieces ranging in style from realism to cubism will be prominently displayed with hundreds of additional pieces and subjects also available to view.
Cafe 1923 2287 Holbrook Ave., Hamtramck, 313-319-8766 Through 10/1 - Clearing in the Woods. Shadow boxes, encaustics and paintings on canvas by visiting Canadian artists Maria Parella-Ilaria and Rebecca Draisey.
Cass Cafe 4620 Cass Ave., Detroit, 313-831-1400 Through 10/29 - 6 Degrees. An exhibit of paintings by Detroit-based artist Craig Paul Nowak. The show features a range of works in a variety of media, and features large-scale portraits drawn from the artists' circle of family and colleagues.
Center Galleries 301 Frederick Douglass, Detroit, 313-664-7800 Through 10/8 - Scenes from Something Overlooked. New work by Andrew Krieger, Michael McGillis and Clinton Snider. 10/21-11/19 - Teta de la Course: Photographs by Donald Dietz and Custom Bicycles by Detroit Designers. 10/21-11/19 - Photographs by S. Kay Young. 12/10-12/17 - Ryan Trecartin in Detroit. 1/27 - Grid List. Exploring geometric abstraction in the 21st Century with work by artists from London, New York, Detroit and Atlanta. 3/23 - Katie Craig: A Painting Installation.
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