The production will tell the story of a group of friends working together to destroy the famed vampire.
More than 700 craft beers will be featured at the two-day event.
Take a break from midterms to close out October with a concert near campus.
The museum will host an exhibition of ‘ofrendas’ in celebration of Día de los Muertos.
MOCAD will host The Society for Illustrated Stories' comic swap complete with character-themed cocktails and do-it-yourself graphic buttons.
Students Organize for Syria will screen the film in order to spark a conversation on the Syrian conflict
Celebrate Halloween early with a monster-themed art show and concert
WSU’s Lebanese Student Association presents Nemr Abou Nassar, whose comedy is central to both American and Lebanese cultures.
In an event hosted by Kino Club, Wayne State’s film club, Phoebe Gloeckner performed a live reading of her graphic novel "The Diary of a Teenage Girl" and participated in a Q&A session following a screening of the film adaptation at Purdy-Kresge Library on Oct. 10.
The exhibition will take place in a repurposed bank and will feature film, dance, art and poetry.
In their second year, the AAUW: Warrior Women Coalition sets to hold their second annual benefit fall concert on Oct. 7 on campus at St. Andrew’s Hall.
Former WSU law student, Dessi Terzieva is now an international artist weaving her mark on Winder Street.
The Bonstelle Theatre will be presenting “Alice in Wonderland,” co-directed by Lavinia Hart and Jill Dion, from Oct. 7 through Oct. 16.
The Office of Multicultural Student Engagement will screen the film "Pariah" as a part of Coming Out Week.
Callie Curry, whose paper sculpture "Thalassa" is currently viewing at the Detroit Institute of Arts, gave a lecture about her art and the influence of Detroit on Oct. 1.
The Red Bull House of Art will open its doors on October 22 for a conversation with the three artists in residence.
Tedx Detroit will return to the Fox Theatre for its eighth year of celebrating Detroit’s business and innovation on Thursday, Oct. 6.
Adjunct WSU and CCS professor Stephen Schudlich curated a printmaking exhibition called the Printer's Devil, which featured Detroit printmakers, WSU faculty and alumni.
Open Streets Detroit, an event held on Sept. 25 and Oct. 2, will turn nearly four miles of roadway in Detroit into car-free zones.
Eastern Market After Dark will feature 23 vendors, local artists and designers to promote their businesses, work and crafts.
The DIA's "Facing Change: Documenting Detroit" is a photography exhibit that chronicles daily life, social issues, triumphs and cultural treasures in the Motor City to raise public awareness and promote positive debate.
'You Can’t Take it With You' to play at the Hilberry Theatre from Sept. 16 to Oct. 2.
Planet Ant Theatre, the nonprofit theater operating out of Hamtramck, is nearing the end of an Indiegogo fundraising campaign to aid in the reconstruction of a recently purchased additional venue space.
Brandy Joe Plambeck directs Planet Ant’s production of “Really Really” to showcase through Oct. 1
This fall term, Wayne State’s Department of Music will welcome two new faculty members, assistant professor Joo Won Park and lecturer Michael Shellabarger, to the music technology program.
Dally to return with 34 acts. Electronic stage replaced with ambient corner.
Founded in 2015, Be-Moor Radio, billed as “The baseline to the city’s rhythm,” gives teens an opportunity to pursue radio while improving their community of Brightmoor, Detroit.
WSU’s Big Band I to perform at Detroit Jazz Fest with musical legend Randy Weston.
It’s that time of year again to put on a mask and play a special role. If chosen, students could role-play in a story of a Christmas grouch learning a lesson or a girl that falls down a rabbit hole.
Released in May, "Overdue", includes four of the eight arrangements of original works.
No stranger to Detroit, Hannibal Buress discusses the difference between his stand-up sets and more mainstream comedy.
Simon Helberg, best known for his role on the Emmy-nominated comedy “The Big Bang Theory,” will star in the drama film “Florence Foster Jenkins,” which is set to release in theaters Friday, August 12.
The book launch for “Essay’d: 30 Detroit Artists,” a Wayne State University Press publication, was held at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit on August 4.
Before the recent closing of Populux, a mural was planned to be painted in a series on the back wall of The Majestic by Detroit-born artist and former WSU student Marlo Broughton during Midtown Getdown.
The 24th annual Concert of Colors hosts acts from various parts of the world to perform at five different venues in Dearborn, Michigan, and midtown Detroit.
At the end of the spring semester, the new clothing boutique, Sophisto Soul, opened its pop-up shop on Wayne State University. This month, the shop will close with a 50 percent off sale until July 31.
Leah Ouellet, a Wayne State criminal justice master’s student, has brought together activism and creativity by facilitating a writing circle for prisoners as a part of the Prison Creative Arts Project. The organization seeks to create a space for art and activism for those who are incarcerated.
The remake of Ivan Reitman’s classic 1984 film “Ghostbusters” arrived in theaters this weekend with a female led cast.
Armenian Detroit-based musician and producer Sean Blackman presents his In Transit world music series, which brings rich and cultural sounds from various countries to the city of Detroit.
Wayne State Professor Susan Widawski was given a "Best Construction" award by Threads Magazine for a sheath dress inspired by an art form.
Tuesday, June 21, marked Detroit’s inaugural participation in the Make Music Detroit event, a coordinated celebration of free live music by over 100 local artists and 20 locations in public spaces in the city.
While rushing from class to class, it is easy to take the sculptures on display around Wayne State for granted. Twenty-seven sculptures are scattered throughout the main and medical campuses, but their history remains a mystery to most passersby.
The Underground Theatre, a summer theater collaborative, is in preparation for their four-show lineup this July with the support of the Maggie Allesee Department of Theatre and Dance. The summer series will be the theater’s third official season, which will be led by co-artistic directors and WSU students Kate Martinez and Jared Morin.
The Hilberry Theatre Company wrapped up its final touring performance with a free show of “The True Story of the Three Little Pigs” Friday at New Center Park.
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“Now You See Me: The Second Act” released in theaters on June 10. This is a sequel to the 2013 box office success which had a domestic gross of $117,723,989.
The Detroit Institute of Arts paid tribute to the musical legend and icon, Prince, on Friday, June 10. Leaving this world far too soon, the world mourned his loss on April 21. Thousands have paid tribute to celebrate the life of the legend himself, and Friday night the DIA held a party fit for a prince.
“The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip” drives into the Detroit Institute of Arts to explore the story of the American photographic road trip from June 17 to September 11.
Detroit has always been an underground art oasis with art galleries all over the city. There are dozens of art spaces to check out this summer from the usual front runners of high art like the Detroit Institute of Arts to the small enclaves of community art like the Live Coal Gallery. Here are ten exhibits to get lost in this summer, all within four miles or less from Wayne State.
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