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Pewabic Pottery 

Pewabic Pottery is a living treasure and offers visitors an exciting glimpse of a little known part of American history. Founded in 1903 during the Arts & Crafts Movement, Pewabic is nationally renowned for its tile and pottery in unique glazes. Today it is a non profit ceramic art education center which welcomes 70,000 visitors annually.
Paint Creek Center for the Arts 

Since 1982, PCCA has been dedicated to promoting the arts and artistic excellence through a full range of cultural programs including exhibitions, studio art classes, outreach programs, community involvement projects, and The National City Art & Apples Festival.
Cranbrook Art Museum 

You probably know Cranbrook as a famous school of art and design, and you’re right. For more than 75 years, Cranbrook has been home to some of the world’s most renowned designers and artists. Eero Saarinen, Charles Eames, Daniel Libeskind, Michael and Katherine McCoy, and Jun Kaneko have all taught here, to name only a few. Our students have included Florence Knoll, Harry Bertoia, Jack Lenor Larsen, Nick Cave, Tony Mattelli, Niels Diffrient, Lorraine Wild, and Hani Rashid. It’s reasonable to say that the work emanating from Cranbrook in the 20th century changed the way people live, and the way they understand art and design.
Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center 

The Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center serves southeast Michigan’s visual arts community by fulfilling its mission, “to enhance the quality of life in our region by promoting the appreciation, understanding and practice of the arts.”
Dearborn Community & Performing Arts Center 

Gallery hours are from noon to 6:00 PM Tuesday through Friday; Saturday, noon to 5:30 p.m. The gallery is closed Sunday and Monday. Gallery is open through intermission for most theater performances. Admission is Free
Sherry Washington Gallery 

The Sherry Washington Gallery (SWG) opened in 1989 in downtown Detroit to provide museum quality art to private collectors, the corporate community, and national and local museums.
Detroit Institute of Art 

After six years in the making, it’s time to celebrate the opening of the new DIA. With a rich history dating back to 1885, the Detroit Institute of Arts has been the cultural gem of the city of Detroit for over a century. We invite you to learn more about our journey and the new and exciting things to come. The new DIA. Let yourself go!
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