MLK Day 2022 is looking good for museum activities. Free museum events in Detroit are ringing in the new year with inspiration. These events also highlight the challenging moments in history. Civil rights demands to be seen and heard within the black community are evident.
Opening March 6th through April 25th, a special exhibition of over 60 pieces of Louis Comfort Tiffany’s work is coming to The Henry Ford museum. Some of us are familiar with the beautiful Tiffany lamps and breathtaking stained glass masterpieces he produced in the early 1900s, but what
Detroitisit has partnered with Ford Motor Company to bring you stories about the individuals, businesses, and organizations working to take our city into the future. In this multi-part series, we hear from leaders, innovators, founders, and stakeholders on ways they integrate their missions and knowledge in the image
On November 9th, 1962, the Ford Rotunda burned to the ground.
The Rotunda was Ford Motor Company's Visitor Center in Dearborn Michigan. Today, we might call it Ford HQ.
No matter the name, the building was a tourist destination since its inception. It was designed by