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OUR TOWN Art Show & Sale – VIRTUAL!

The Community House, Birmingham MI 380 South Bates Street, Birmingham

SEPTEMBER 10 – SEPTEMBER 30, 2020 The Community House Supporting our local artists is a long-standing mission of The Community House and the core mission of OUR TOWN, and it has never been more important than now. After much discussion and deliberation, we believe the 35th Annual OUR TOWN Art Show & Sale must go on! Thanks to the incredible support from DeRoy Testamentary Foundation and the Bank of Ann Arbor – Birmingham, and out of an abundance of safety and caution, The Community House has decided to hold this year’s show and sale virtually online from September 10th-30th, allowing art enthusiasts the opportunity to appreciate the skills and the talents of our region’s many brilliant artists and to purchase a work of art themselves. The 35th annual juried art show includes over 300 works of art ranging from paintings, pastels, sculptures, photography, fiber works, jewelry, and mixed media, all created by our talented Michigan artists. Sixty-five percent of the proceeds from the art sales will go directly to our region’s artists! Check back here on September 10 when the show goes live for a link to check out the show and purchase works of art. To purchase a piece […]

Voting Matters

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History 315 East Warren Avenue, Detroit

Voting Matters is an interactive multimedia exhibition that illustrates the work of African Americans from pre-Reconstruction through the present day, in the development of the basic principles and values surrounding our current understanding of what it means to have the “right to vote” in democratic societies around the world. This modular exhibition consists of five parts: Pre-Reconstruction/Reconstruction (1870-1877), Post-Reconstruction (1888 - Today), The Women’s Suffrage Movement, Electoral College, and Gerrymandering.

$10