6 Events in Detroit This Week: Nov. 4-11

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EVENTS FITU4 AT LEXUS VELODROME

6 Events In Detroit This Week is a roundup of some of the best events in the city, and this week we’re featuring our top 6 events for Nov. 4-11. Check back with us every week for the most interesting events in the city!

 


1. OPEN STUDIO NIGHTS @THEFOLDCREATIVE.SPACE

Wednesday, November 6

EVENTS THEFOLDCREATIVE.SPACE

THEFOLDCREATIVE.SPACE

The Fold Creative Space (Image: Facebook Event)

 

Open Studio Nights every Wednesday of November from 6-10pm. This is the time to start your “want-to-do” projects, to remember how making feels and to be around your fellow creatives. So bring your projects and supplies.

Open Studio Night Dates
Nov. 6th: 6-10pm
Nov. 13th: 6-10pm
Nov. 20th: 6-10pm
Nov. 27th: 6-10pm

 


2. SNAP SNAP! THE DETROIT PHOTOGRAPHY ADVENTURE

Wednesday, November 6

EVENTS SNAP SNAP DETROIT ARTISTIC

SNAP SNAP DETROIT ARTISTIC

Urban Bean Co. (Image: Facebook Event)

 

This bespoke 3-hour photo adventure takes you to some of the most killer photo spots in Detroit with a helpful professional instructor along the way to teach you the essentials. This is a great tour for all skill levels but especially beginners.

You’ve got the cool camera. Now develop the skills to match.

Photography right now is bigger than ever with the rise of Instagram. Maybe you’ve purchased that cool new DSLR camera or that mirrorless. But what do you do with it? We’ve seen time and time again people getting stuck at the doorway to the awesome art that is photography without the knowledge

It’s all good: we’ve got your back! We’ve designed this adventure from the ground up to help you understand the fundamentals of photography so you can capture the best images possible in any situation. We’ll be covering all of the basic settings of your camera and what they do so you come away with a comprehensive understanding of the art form.

The quality of your camera doesn’t matter here. You’re welcome to bring a DSLR, mirrorless or even just your smartphone! We’re able to help you develop fresh new photography skills using any age of digital camera. Film cameras are welcome too – but most of our instruction will be based on digital photography on this trip. The best sorts of cameras for this trip would have a Manual mode, or at least P/S/A modes. If you have any questions about your camera being suitable for this trip feel free to email help@thedetroitbus.com with the make and model.” Facebook Event

 


3. INDUSTRY STUDIO WARMING PARTY AT EIGHTFOLD

Friday, November 8

EVENTS INDUSTRY STUDIO WARMING ARTISTIC

INDUSTRY STUDIO WARMING ARTISTIC

Eightfold (Image: Facebook Event)

 

Industry party at our new studio offices, this Friday, November 8th, 7-11pm | 2831 E Grand Blvd, Detroit.

Music from The Dropout & Zach Hagy | Crafty Cocktails by Kelly Pettit | Pakistani Street Food from Khana | Dog Petting | Movies & Games in the Cyc | Patio Hangs

Too much business and not enough funny… it’s easy to burn out that way, and we will not hot tub in that slow cooker. So help us break in our new offices with some funny business, food, drinks, music, patio hangs and maybe even some of the jazz cabbage if you know what I mean.. and I mean saxophone? Obviously.

 


4. ART4ALL @ MOCAD

Friday, November 8

EVENTS ART4ALL ARTISTIC

ART4ALL ARTISTIC

Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit – MOCAD (Image from Facebook Event)

Peter Shin – leather gardenia
John Roe – motor oil lime
Boswell Hardwick – rubber mentha
Brian Day – bacon cocoa
Darrell Dinges – lemon cassis
Cybelle Codish – Burnt Whiskey
Dianna Berggren – rotten firewood
Melissa Coulier – jalapeño melon
Jill Desandy – mandarin fennel
Asia Hamilton – dirty brown sugar
Lians Jadan – gunpowder lily
Anastasia Cheatham – eucalyptus pepper

“MOCAD & DS12 Candles present:

Art4All: A charity event benefiting youth art programs in the city of Detroit.

12 Detroit photographers will visually interpret DS12’s signature scents, with proceeds to benefit MOCAD’s youth programming, serving youth and families across metro Detroit.

All 12 Photographs will be exhibited at MOCAD throughout the POP-UP. Each photograph is printed in a series of 5 and will be sold at $100.00 each.

The Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit is located at 4454 Woodward Ave Detroit 48201. Opening show will take place at MOCAD on Friday, November 8th, 5-8pm, POP UP show will continue through Sunday, November 10th.” Facebook Event

 


5. FITU: SKATE AND DANCE @ LEXUS VELODROME

Friday, November 8

EVENTS FITU4 LEXUS VELODROME ARTISTIC

FITU4 LEXUS VELODROME ARTISTIC

Lexus Velodrome (Image: Facebook Event)

“In the crazy world of ACRONYM and team, we didn’t think we’d be throwing another Found In The Underground so soon, but WIA Studio pitched us an opportunity we couldn’t pass up: a chance to host a Skate & Dance FITU at the Lexus Velodrome, located just outside the Eastern Market area at 601 Mack Ave, Detroit, MI 48201. The cover charge will be $15, and skate rentals are an additional $5 (however, skating is not mandatory, but encouraged). Skateboarding will also be allowed in specific areas.

ARTISTS INCLUDE: RyianReedPhoto, SMTabor Photography,  buckleyprint.co, Scotty Roddis, Beatnik Alley, Dominic Gianetti (DG ART), Jacob Giampa, Anthony R Brass, Ann Alicia, Michael B. Chait, Victoria De Armond, Sondra’s Creepy Dolls, Rich H Creations, ACRONYM, WIA Studio, Thought Based Creations, LilacPop, Brandon Ottenbacher, Kristi Yarng, @luna_tic_com, Joaquin Kiley, Detroit Wax Works, Tamey, Plug Uglie, Kia ix Art, Artfully Erin, OuttaTheBox, Melise Hill, Matt Aldridge, Carter Erickson, Joy x Design, and more!

MUSICAL PERFORMANCES FROM: Wezbar, Esshaki, Davantay, CASS
and more to be announced!

Cyr Wheel Performances From Spinnovation Detroit, Drinks bySpokeEasy Bar, Coffee byDessert Oasis Coffee Roasters, Food by Monster Foods, and Chef Tony WEPA” Facebook Event

 


6. TRANSPORT – WORKS BY BROOK BANHAM

Saturday, November 9

EVENTS TRANSPORT BROOK BANHAM

TRANSPORT BROOK BANHAM

Corktown Studios (Image: Facebook Event)

This exhibition showcases Brook Banham’s new lease on life via non-commercial projects. His style could be described as having a design aesthetic without the design brief constraints.

As an industrial designer for nearly 20 years, Brook is slowly transitioning from commercial to more artistic work. He was with Astro Studios in San Francisco for about 6 years as an industrial designer before moving to Detroit. Before that, He started in Austria in a transport design studio, then worked for Puma in Germany for 2 years and again a couple more years in Italy for Fila as a footwear designer.

In addition, he is also the founder of the Middlecott Sketchbattle Championships, the Fight Club of Design. Facebook Event

 


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