DETROIT, MI - Detroit Month of Design, Detroit Core Detroit’s flagship series of events, returns this September. Here are some of the featured exhibitions, talks, and installations.
This panel discussion will stress the role of color, acoustics, lighting, object, and scent in creating therapeutic environments.
Sydney G. James, the muralist of "The Girl with the D Earring" will be sharing her thoughts at Chroma. Yolanda Nichelle, creator of the D earring, Phillip Simpson, and Ijania Cortez, Detroit’s very own creatives, will also be there for their live actions.
In a discussion on sustainable design, several industry experts will be side by side in highlighting designers’ power to influence environmental impacts through their work.
This experiential exhibition by Yazmin Dababneh features captivating sculptures and installations, taking the visitors to other dimensions.
Students and alumni of Fashion Merchandising & Design of Central Michigan University to showcase their work that reflects on diversity, inclusion, equity, and sustainability.
An antithesis to the minimalist concept of ‘less is more’, Kaylie Kaitschuck and Toomas Tomepuu channel their maximalist energies through their artwork that gives a sense of chaos. It also illustrates our collective angst throughout the past year dealing with the pandemic fiasco.
Over 25 disabled artists in the PASC will present their artwork, from thick expressionist paintings by Eric Green, meticulous watercolors and landscapes, and cityscapes by Keisha Miller, to referencing archaeological masks and sculptures by Alsendo Owens.
Visit their website to discover other immersive experiences offered by Detroit’s emerging local artists and talents.
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