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SEEN Magazine Art & Wine Event 2021

Wine SEEN 2021

Join us on July 29 for Wine SEEN 2021, a celebration of art, wine and summertime!

SEEN is proud to partner with Next Space Gallery and Detroit Vineyards to celebrate our annual Art & Wine issue on Thursday, July 29, from 6-9 p.m. Browse the phenomenal art at Next Space Gallery in Ferndale, a gorgeous indoor/outdoor space, while sipping incredible wines from Detroit Vineyards.

Tickets are $30, with wine and hors d’oeuvres included. You will also be able to order wine at a special rate from Detroit Vineyards during the event, with the choice to either have it delivered or pick up at their location. MUST BE 21+ TO ATTEND.

Wine SEEN 2021 Tickets

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What to know before you go:

The venue has its own parking lot and street parking is available in the surrounding area. Click here for directions to Next Space Gallery. 

While there are no current restrictions on gatherings in Michigan, this event is limited to 100 guests. The space has large doors that open up, as well as indoor and outdoor areas to explore.

If you are not fully vaccinated, please consider wearing a mask to protect yourself and others.

About Next Space Gallery

Next Space gallery and event space is owned and operated by ceramicist Kaiser Suidan. Conveniently located in Ferndale, Next Space is a functioning Art Gallery, featuring works by local and national artists. Read more about Kaiser Suidan and his gallery.

About Detroit Vineyards

Detroit Vineyards has been making small-production boutique wines in the Motor City since 2016. Detroit Vineyards uses Michigan grapes, primarily from the Lake Michigan shore and southwest area of the state. Additionally, they run two pilot projects where they work with Detroiters to plant and cultivate grape vines in the city’s side lots – one located on Waterloo Street neighbors Gleaners Community Food Bank! Detroit Vineyards also produces mead and cider, giving them a variety of beverages in their product lineup. Read more about Detroit Vineyards story.