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9338 Campau: Essay'd II

An exhibition to reflect on Essay'd installments 11-20: with contributions by Lynne Avadenka, Susan Goethel Campbell, Scott Hocking, Andrew Krieger, Michael McGillis, Frank Pahl, Megan Parry, David Rubello, Dylan Spaysky and Elizabeth Youngblood.

6-9pm / 9338 Joseph Campau







Simone DeSousa Gallery: Marie T. Hermann - Gallery Conversation

Hermann will share insights on her second solo exhibit in Detroit, "And dusk turned dawn, Blackthorn," on view through June 20. In this exhibit she presents a group of twelve new still life scenes from the everyday life, shown in a room of William Morris wallpaper covered walls, where the modernist language of the pieces contrasts with the immediately recognizable Arts and Crafts floral pattern. Street parking. 

Open 6-8pm / 444 W. Willis


Elaine L. Jacob Gallery:  如何回 - How to Return? Images by Contemporary Chinese Photographers

This exhibition consists of works by Adou, Han Lei, Song Chao, Liu Zheng, Lou Dan, Wang Ningde and Zhang Dali presenting images of the Chinese people in a variety of contexts all in black and white with the exception of Zhang Dali's conceptual works where the portraits become silhouettes in the environment of the demolition of the old China to create the new. 

Open 5-9pm / 480 W. Hancock


Gallery Camillie: Zombie on the Wall: Zombie Alert: Together with his computer, Jef Bourgeau has eaten the brains and guts of the first hundred years of abstraction - only to relieve it all back onto canvas and print in new and playful ways. The artist has created 50 of these unique compositions for Zombie On The Wall.

Open 6-9pm  / 4130 Cass Ave. 


Great Lakes Coffee:  Great Lakes Coffee Artist in Residence

Great Lakes Cafe presents the work of Detroit Artist and Designer Taru Lahti June 18th through July 19th. Join us in celebration of his contemporary work, as well as his numerous past contributions to the city in our Cafe, June 18th. The opening exhibit begins at 6 pm and will feature a wine tasting curated by James Cadariu, specialty cocktails and live music.

6-11pm / 3965 Woodward Ave


MOCAD - Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit: Psychological Services

Make MOCAD a part of your regimen and take part in Psychological Services, a program stocked with craft cocktails, music to elevate your mood, and staffed with therapists and artists waiting to talk to you. Take advantage of the free parking at MOCAD and use the museum as a launching point or as the final destination as you make the rounds through all that 3rd Thursday has to offer.

6-9pm  / 4454 Woodward Ave


WSU Art Department Gallery:  New Frontier Day Lab + Native Forum 

Sundance Institute to host programs for New Frontier and Native artists that will be presented at the Allied Media Conference at Wayne State University in Detroit, June 18-19. These events will explore how the convergence of story and technology impact justice, and are also part of the Institute's efforts to connect with independent artists and audiences in regions across the country.

10a-5pm / 5400 Gullen Mall, Community Arts Building


Stop by newly opened Chartreuse Kitchen & Cocktails, located in the Park Shelton Building at 15 E. Kirby, Dell Pryor Gallery in the Spiral Collective Building (open until 6pm), City Bird + Nest (open until 7pm), Nora (open until 7pm)







Townhouse Gallery: Art Farm: A Farmers Daughter Exhibit

Townhouse Gallery will open it's third exhibit titles Art Farm: A Farmer's Daughter Exhibit. Featuring work from art education Courtney Kurncz, her students and her children

6-10pm / 8017 Saint Paul St.





Baby Grand:  Jeffrey Tranchell  

Stop by to view new work from NYC/Hamtramck based Jeffrey Tranchell.

6-8pm / 3840 W Lafayette Blvd  



Forwarded by Midtown Alliance

And by the 3rd Precinct Police/Community Relations Council