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  • Plymouth Historical Museum

    Mission Statement: The Friends of the Plymouth Historical Museum, formally the Plymouth Historical Society, is a privately funded membership organization dedicated to preserving, teaching, and presenting history through the operation and support of the Plymouth Historical M...

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  • Plymouth Community Arts Council

    The Plymouth Community Arts Council (PCAC) was founded in 1969 to provide quality fine and performing arts, and cultural opportunities to the greater Western Wayne County community. Programs and activities focus on ensuring accessibility to all the arts by all ages. The PCAC...

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  • Dearborn Community Arts Council

    Mission Statement The Dearborn Community Arts Council is dedicated to support, promote, and develop arts and culture in our diverse community. Vision Statement The Dearborn Community Arts Council is a highly visible arts and cultural resource that enriches the quality of li...

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  • Sherry Washington Gallery

    The Sherry Washington Gallery was established in 1989 in downtown Detroit to provide quality fine art to private collectors, museums and the corporate community. Our mission is to transform living and working spaces into aesthetically appealing and productive environments. W...

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  • Pewabic Pottery

    About Us: Pewabic is many things To many people:A non-profit ceramic studio rich in heritage. An educational community devoted to inclusion. A creative incubator respected around the country.Innovative:Our founder, Mary Chase Perry Stratton, was an innovator. In the early t...

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  • Detroit Artists Market

    Mission Statement: Founded in 1932, the Detroit Artists Market fosters a vibrant and distinctive artistic community in Detroit and Michigan by promoting, exhibiting and selling the work of emerging and established artists, through educational programming and art exhibitions...

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  • Grosse Pointe Symphony Orchestra

    The idea of forming an orchestra in Grosse Pointe was born early in 1953 when Thomas Nestor, Stanley Scotford and Alois Chronowski were having coffee together. A meeting was held in March at the home of Mrs. Robert MacDonald at which time the idea was further discussed by Be...

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  • Detroit Historical Museum

    The Museum's HistoryAlthough the Great Depression in the 1930s hit the region hard, the 1940s brought success to the Society’s efforts to build a permanent museum. In 1942, popular Detroit News columnist George W. Stark became president of the Society. Stark commanded ...

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  • Detroit Children's Museum

    The Children's Museum provides children, families and adults with fun and imaginative learning experiences that encourage understanding of themselves and the world around them. A popular feature is the Planetarium, one of the 1st to be established within the Cultural Center....

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  • University Of Detroit Mercy Theater Company

    History : The University of Detroit Mercy Theatre Company has come a long way in the past 30 years. The Theatre Company began in 1972 as a consortium agreement with Marygrove College in an effort to consolidate the two schools' fine arts programs. Originally, productions we...

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  • Redford Theatre

    The Redford Theatre opened on January 27, 1928 as a neighborhood movie house. It was billed as "America's Most Unique Suburban Playhouse." The theatre, with its three story grand foyer and full-size stage, has been in continuous operation ever since. This was fortunate, sinc...

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  • Farmington Civic Theatre

    ABOUT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC THEATER With its distinctive neon sign and the warm glow of the canopy lights, the Farmington Civic Theater invites all for a trip inside to experience the nostalgia of an old-time theater. That nostalgia is paired with vibrant digital projection ...

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  • Detroit Zoological Society

    Mission: - Demonstrate leadership in wildlife conservation and animal welfare. - Provide a broad audience with outstanding and unique educational opportunities that lead to the appreciation and stewardship of nature. - Inspire our community with engaging, meaningful and m...

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  • Detroit Institute of Arts Museum

    Mission: Creating experiences that help each vistor find personal meaning in art. History: The DIA has been a beacon of culture for the Detroit area for well over a century. Founded in 1885, the museum was originally located on Jefferson Avenue, but, due to its rapidly ex...

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  • Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History

    Overview: The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History is the world's largest institution dedicated to the African American experience. The museum provides learning opportunities, exhibitions, programs and events based on collections and research that explore...

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  • Ford Community And Performing Arts Center

    About Us: The Ford Community & Performing Arts Center is barrier free accessible. Specific programs and "open use" hours are scheduled quarterly. Specific areas and activities have age requirements. The staff, programs and facilitie...

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  • Chamber Music Society of Detroit

    Founded in 1944 by internationally acclaimed musical educator Karl Haas, the Chamber Music Society of Detroit began as an informal association of people brought together for the purpose of listening to fine music. In the early days, Haas gave lectures (the forerunners to his...

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  • The Henry Ford

    The Henry Ford is the history destination that brings the American Experience to life. With a rich and diverse offering of exhibits, demonstrations, programs and reenactments, The Henry Ford celebrates yesterday’s traditions as well as today’s innovations. Five d...

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  • Detroit Concert Choir

    The Detroit Concert Choir is an activity of the Detroit Performing Artists whose mission it is to provide and encourage choral music and facilitate the education of its members and the public in the performance and appreciation of quality musical literature, also promoting t...

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  • Pro Musica of Detroit

    Bartok delivered a ten minute talk and a piano recital of his music. Ravel played solo piano pieces, accompanied a singer performing his songs and directed an ensemble of musicians from the Detroit Symphony in his Introduction and Allegro. They set a standard and a traditi...

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  • Rackham Symphony Choir

    Rackham Symphony Choir's mission is to bring to the community the power and energy of exciting orchestra-accompanied choral works through quality concert performance. We strive to show artistic leadership by presenting innovative music of diverse cultures, styles and periods...

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  • Detroit Symphony Orchestra

    The Detroit Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1914 when ten young Detroit society women each contributed $100 and pledged to find 100 additional subscribers to donate $10 to support the symphony. They organized quickly, hiring Weston Gales, a 27-year-old church organist from...

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  • Wayne State University - Department of Music

    About Us: The Department of Music cultivates music as a contemporary and global art, grounded in a long historical tradition, by combining higher education with professional training and experience for its undergraduate and graduate/professional students.The Department offe...

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  • Cobo Center

    About UsCobo Center is a world-class meeting and convention facility, located along a beautifully restored international riverfront in the heart of a vibrant and transformed downtown Detroit.The center is in close proximity to exceptional restaurants, lively bars and pubs, t...

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  • Detroit Film Center

    The DETROIT FILM CENTER (DFC), founded in 1993, has served SE Michigan for over 12 years as the areas only non-profit media arts center. In this time, and mostly through the help and assistance of volunteers, the DFC has provided education and resources to thousands of prosp...

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  • Fisher Theatre

    Fisher Theatre History:The Fisher Theatre opened as a movie and vaudeville house on November 11, 1928. It featured Mexican-Indian art, banana trees, a goldfish pond and wandering macaws that audience members fed by hand.Remodeled as a live theatre in 1961 under management of...

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  • Detroit Repertory Theater

    The Repertory is recognized for its pioneer efforts in all phases of theatre and its strong community involvement. Born and bred in the heart of Detroit, the Repertory, since its inception, has remained in the theatre vanguard by staunchly advocating interracial casting, cre...

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  • Michigan Philharmonic

    The MICHIGAN PHILHARMONIC, under the direction of Nan Washburn, now looks forward to its exciting 70th Anniversary Season, the fifth since the organization changed its name. For 65 years, the orchestra was known as the Plymouth Symphony, and also Orchestra Canton for its sma...

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  • Operation Weed and Seed

    Highland Park Weed & Seed / DPD Central District is an innovative and comprehensive approach to law enforcement, crime prevention and community revitalization. The strategy involves bringing together federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, human services provi...

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  • Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center

    Mission Statement : The mission of the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center, a non-profit regional art center is to connect people of all ages and abilities with visual arts education, exhibitions and other creative experiences....

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  • Matthaei Botanical Gardens And Nichols Arboretum

    The need for a university botanical gardens and arboretum was identified by the founders of the University of Michigan and encouragement of the establishment of such facilities was written into the University's 1817 Charter. Today visitors to the Ann Arbor campus of the Univ...

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  • University of Michigan Museum of Natural History

    About Us: The Museum of Natural History is a dynamic, evolving organization committed to promoting the understanding and appreciation of the natural world and our place in it.  We accomplish this through creative educational programs and exhibits for the benefit of the...

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  • The Kelsey Museum Of Archaeology

    About us : The Kelsey Museum enthusiastically welcomes visitors to the William E. Upjohn Exhibit Wing. In this beautiful and spacious exhibition area we display about four times as much of our permanent collection as we were able to exhibit in the old building. The Kelsey's...

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  • The Community House

    Mission Statement: The Community House helps strengthen communities by providing education, cultural and wellness programs, & scholarships to improve people's personal and professional lives. About:In the early 1920's, a forward-thinking rector of St. James Episcopal Chu...

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  • The Village Players

    This history of The Village Players is based on the following source material: [1] A history published in 1959 [2] Two versions of this same history as reprinted in the 50th [1973] and 60th [1983] anniversary programs. [3] A priceless 5" x 8" 3-ring binder in which the minut...

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  • Birmingham Concert Band

    The Birmingham Concert Band is an acknowledged leader among community bands in the state of Michigan. The band has entertained audiences by performing the best literature for concert bands and featuring guest artists of stature, in addition to providing a creative outlet for...

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  • Cranebrook Music Guild

    For over 60 years, Cranbrook Music Guild has provided Oakland County audiences with exquisite chamber music, performed by prominent artists in a beautiful location, Christ Church Cranbrook. Every year we search the globe to bring you sparkling musical performances by talent ...

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  • Brighton Center For The Performing Arts

    Brighton Center for the Performing Arts (BCPA) is a unique architectural achievement, designed to be highly flexible in potential uses. Each year, it hosts a wide variety of events including symphony performances, commencement exercises, comedy performances, and Broadway cal...

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  • The Clarkston Village Players

    History : The idea of establishing a place for live theater in Clarkston was born in March 1961. A small group gathered together and organized the Clarkston Village Players. The first play, "Two Blind Mice" was performed just two months later at Clarkston High School. Sinc...

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  • The Clawson Historical Museum

    The Clawson Historical Museum opened in 1973, and is owned by the City of Clawson. The Museum preserves artifacts and documents from the earliest Clawson settlers, with a special focus on the 1920s, and features 11 rooms with artifacts displaying the typical life of a family...

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