Cranbrook Art Museum will host a free cyanotype constellation-making activity based on the artwork Finding Freedom by Sonya Clark. Each participant will create their own constellation fabric square to bring home using the sun and seeds. Finding Freedom is on view at Cranbrook Art Museum until September 24, 2023, as part of the exhibition Sonya Clark: We Are Each Other.
Belle Isle Conservancy hosts the second annual Community Fun Day at the Belle Isle Aquarium featuring an exciting afternoon of art, music, dance, storytelling, games and activities, food trucks, and more!
A Knight Arts Challenge winner, the Freedom Arts Festival connects—and reconnects!—Detroiters to their neighborhood parks. Featuring music, dance, storytelling, and art reflecting Detroit’s multicultural tapestry, the festival brings together freedom, racial justice, history, and connection to place through arts & culture.
The Freedom Arts Festival is organized by the Detroit Parks Coalition. More information on all festival dates is available here.
Public programs associated with Sonya Clark: We Are Each Other at Cranbrook Art Museum are supported by the Gilbert Family Foundation, the Michigan Arts and Culture Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts.