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New York Times film critic to give lecture at DFT

New York Times film critic to give lecture at DFT

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Film critic A.O. Scott will hold the talk “Better Living Through Criticism” on March 24 on the purpose and value of criticism.

Marche du Nain Rouge moves beyond the corridor

Marche du Nain Rouge moves beyond the corridor

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Annual festival will again celebrate the defeat of the Nain Rouge along the Cass Corridor and beyond on March 26.

WSU and UDM collaborate on African culture show

WSU and UDM collaborate on African culture show

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The ROOTS culture show will be a celebration of African and Caribbean heritage through the effort of two universities taking place on March 25.

Detroit’s art and culture programs at risk under Trump

Detroit’s art and culture programs at risk under Trump

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Arts and culture programs in Wayne State’s community are set to face consequential losses due to proposed federal budget cuts.

‘Women’ exhibit highlights Detroit’s female artists

‘Women’ exhibit highlights Detroit’s female artists

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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.

Wayne State ISA to host celebration-themed culture show

Wayne State ISA to host celebration-themed culture show

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"Jashan: The Spirit of the Circus" will display Indian culture for a cause at the Music Hall Center in Detroit on March 4.

MATI Group presents Detroit Artist Ball

MATI Group presents Detroit Artist Ball

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The Detroit Artist Ball features local artists, musicians, a fashion show and poetry on March 4 at Tangent Gallery.

Oloman Cafe exhibits Detroit photographer’s 40 years of work

Oloman Cafe exhibits Detroit photographer’s 40 years of work

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The Bruce Harkness photo exhibit shows the transformation of Detroit from 1975-2016.

Criminal justice department to host 'Just Poetry' event

Criminal justice department to host 'Just Poetry' event

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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 returns

Motor Signal Reading Series returns

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Motor Signal Reading series will host poetry readings on the third Thursday of every month at Signal Return in Eastern Market

Experimental Detroit artist to speak at UGL

Experimental Detroit artist to speak at UGL

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Richard Haley will deliver an artist talk at the Bernath Auditorium located within the UGL on Feb. 22.

Conversation with ‘Grandma Techno,’ Detroit’s well-loved photographer and activist

Conversation with ‘Grandma Techno,’ Detroit’s well-loved photographer and activist

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The 74-year-old reflects on her art, activism and influence. 

Six innovative ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day

Six innovative ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day

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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 T…

DFT to present Pioneers of African-American Cinema Series

DFT to present Pioneers of African-American Cinema Series

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The free series will run in celebration of Black History Month.

Review: Ty Segall’s self-titled

Review: Ty Segall’s self-titled

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Segall’s ninth release features the same fuzz rock, but with new twists.

Kino Club 313 plans fandom conference, film screenings

Kino Club 313 plans fandom conference, film screenings

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The "Audiences, Fandoms and Reception" conference will take place Feb. 16 and 17 and feature workshops and keynote speakers.

Big Sean bounces back, releasing album and pop-up shops

Big Sean bounces back, releasing album and pop-up shops

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Big Sean will open up a pop-up shop in Detroit from Feb. 3 through Feb. 5 to celebrate his fourth studio album.

New exhibits in store for MOCAD, DIA

New exhibits in store for MOCAD, DIA

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As a Wayne State student, access to some of the best museums in Detroit are less than a mile from campus. 

To see or not to see: Upcoming theatre shows, recitals

To see or not to see: Upcoming theatre shows, recitals

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Wayne State’s performers have captivated audiences in the past with theater classics like “Alice in Wonderland,” “A Christmas Carol,” “August:…