Creator of the Netflix original series “Narcos” spoke to the museum crowd about the creative process of television.
Visual and performance art venue Light Box presents an evening of local and foreign artists.
Grab some fresh vinyl in celebration of Record Store Day on April 22 – and maybe see a famous face or two.
Get ready for Mo Pop, one of Detroit’s biggest festivals, with a series of concerts leading up to the big weekend.
The festival will feature comedies, dramas, experimental cinema and more at different locations around metro Detroit.
Musical historian at Wayne State and Detroit artist talk protest songs from Detroit to Washington D.C.
Experience the changing fashion world through the designs of 10 local designers on April 29.
Local LGBT musicians will be giving a free performance at St. Andrew’s Hall on April 13.
Students in the chamber music class will perform an end of semester concert on April 24.
Nathan Bomey talks about his book Detroit Resurrected: To Bankruptcy and Back and sheds a new light on the ins-and-outs of the Detroit bankruptcy
String Avenue, a musical trio from Wayne State, earns campus-wide recognition for their weekly performances for the patrons of the campus fitness center.
Film critic A.O. Scott will hold the talk “Better Living Through Criticism” on March 24 on the purpose and value of criticism.
Annual festival will again celebrate the defeat of the Nain Rouge along the Cass Corridor and beyond on March 26.
The ROOTS culture show will be a celebration of African and Caribbean heritage through the effort of two universities taking place on March 25.
Arts and culture programs in Wayne State’s community are set to face consequential losses due to proposed federal budget cuts.
The “Women” art show returns for its sixth year of supporting Detroit’s female artists. The exhibit runs from March 11-31 at the Carr Center.
"Jashan: The Spirit of the Circus" will display Indian culture for a cause at the Music Hall Center in Detroit on March 4.
The Detroit Artist Ball features local artists, musicians, a fashion show and poetry on March 4 at Tangent Gallery.
The Bruce Harkness photo exhibit shows the transformation of Detroit from 1975-2016.
Different perspectives on incarceration and the criminal justice system will be featured at the Just Poetry event at the Marble Bar on Feb. 23.
Motor Signal Reading series will host poetry readings on the third Thursday of every month at Signal Return in Eastern Market
Richard Haley will deliver an artist talk at the Bernath Auditorium located within the UGL on Feb. 22.
The 74-year-old reflects on her art, activism and influence.
Step back in time with Aaron Cater, be stunned by circus performers, gaze at animals at the Detroit Zoo or at MOCAD. Check out this list for Tuesday's events.
The free series will run in celebration of Black History Month.
Segall’s ninth release features the same fuzz rock, but with new twists.
The "Audiences, Fandoms and Reception" conference will take place Feb. 16 and 17 and feature workshops and keynote speakers.
Big Sean will open up a pop-up shop in Detroit from Feb. 3 through Feb. 5 to celebrate his fourth studio album.
As a Wayne State student, access to some of the best museums in Detroit are less than a mile from campus.
Wayne State’s performers have captivated audiences in the past with theater classics like “Alice in Wonderland,” “A Christmas Carol,” “August: Osage County” and more, including annual dance recitals and festivals. Delve into the drama and plan on seeing these upcoming shows center stage.
The latter half of Nigel & The Dropout will perform at El Club on Jan. 27 for his debut show.
Netflix brings “A Series of Unfortunate Events” to the small screen with dedicated accuracy.
The Oloman Cafe, run by Zlatan Sadikovic, his wife and two sons, who are both WSU alumni, opened on Dec. 5.
The film explores themes of Christianity and persecution and opens on Jan. 6.
Whether you want to hit the club with your friends or spend a day with the family, Detroit has you covered.
The latest reboot of the franchise creates a ‘Star Wars’ universe for both new and old fans.
The Edible Monument: The Art of Food for Festivals features the history of European food sculptures. The exhibit runs from Dec. 16 to April 16.
The soulful interpretation of ‘The Wizard of Oz’ will be performed by The Secret Society of Twisted Storytellers on Dec. 16.
The band opens for July Talk on its North American tour on Dec. 17 in Detroit.
Detroiter Keegan-Michael Key spoke to TSE on his role in the romantic comedy coming to theaters on Dec. 23.
A new exhibit at the Tangent Gallery invites guests to reach out and touch the art.
The third studio album is a huge departure from the witty, fast-paced rap of the artist’s previous work.
Indian-American comedian Krish Mohan will perform in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, on Dec. 14.
Wayne State’s Polish and Slavic clubs have their annual Christmas celebrations planned for Dec. 9 and 16.
Wayne State’s organizations provide a chance for student artists to perform.
Edward Kingins, the founder and conductor of the Fort Street Chorale, will retire after 38 years. The Dec. 3 performance will be his last leading the Chorale.
The Press will host its annual Noel Night used book sale again on Dec. 3.
The classic Christmas tale returns to the Bonstelle from Dec. 2 to 18.
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