Tag: detroit institute of arts

Ongoing September 2014

Starting Up WOMEN OF VISION. The work of 11 female National Geographic photojournalists is on display at Cranbrook Institute of Science. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays,...

Out & About September 2014

1 Troy Family Daze Sept. 11-14 This blowout has entertainment, midway rides, games, contests, food and a new Adventure Theatre (Sunday only), where kids get in...

Great Lakes Regional Puppet Festival in Detroit

This year's puppet fest, dubbed Motor City Puppet Blast and hosted by the Detroit Puppeteers Guild at the DIA, features shows and crafts July 25-27, 2014.

Mosaic Singers' Singsation at the Detroit Film Theater

Get ready to see the talented teens of Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit in concert at the Detroit Institute of Arts' theater March 13-16, 2014.

Samurai: Beyond the Sword Exhibit, Detroit Institute of Arts

Families get a glimpse into the world of the Japanese warriors through more than 130 pieces of art at this Wayne County museum March 9-June 1, 2014.

Wright Museum in Detroit Brings Black History to Life

African-American culture, lifestyles, artistic expression and more are illuminated in permanent and temporary exhibits sure to ignite kids' minds.

Pewabic Pottery in Detroit Brings Sculpture to Life for Kids

Playing with clay is a gateway to discovering 3D art forms. And at Pewabic Pottery, families are welcome to explore and spark creativity.

Watch Me Move: The Animation Show, Detroit Institute of Arts

From Betty Boop to anime to CGI marvels, see 100 popular, cutting-edge classic animations on screens at this museum from Oct. 6, 2013 till Jan. 5, 2014.

Encourage Your Child’s Creative Writing Skills During Summer

Hoping to keep your school-age kid sharp over vacation? Discover simple advice and learn how to nurture your writer, from pictures to prompts.

Summer Education for Kids: Fun Learning in Everyday Activities

Skip pricey enrichment programs and keep your child's mind engaged and growing with opportunities that lay groundwork for benefits and foster development.

Family Alternatives to Watching TV for Screen Free Week (or Whenever)

Whether it's during the April holiday or any time of year, bust out the books, get outside or pop in the kitchen. Here are fun ideas for parents and kids.

Hellenic Museum of Michigan Opens in Detroit

The newest cultural establishment opens its doors on April 13, 2013 and gives families a peek at the Greek community of Detroit - and Michigan.