Have you ever wondered how it felt when Howard Carter first stepped into the lost tomb of King Tut? From now until September 3rd, that sensation can be yours at the Cranbrook Institute of Science’s latest exhibit: Tutankhamun: Wonderful Things’ from the Pharaoh’s Tomb.
For the last four years the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) has taken art to the public and the streets of metro Detroit (including communities in Oakland County) and other places across the state. Over the past 4 years, hundreds of reproductions have been placed in Michigan communities. Last fall, Pleasant Ridge, Berkley and Huntington Woods had works of art in parks, and outside of businesses & government buildings. Continue reading
What is Marvin’s Marvelous Mechanical Museum?
A Museum? A Fun House? Or a Arcade?
Since the 80’s (1980’s that is) Marvin’s collection of unusual mechanical works and coin operated machines has been a well traveled fixture in Farmington Hills.