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.

Griffin Garden’s mission is to provide the community with a beautiful, serene, and safe space to participate in activities surrounding wellness, health, education, self-care, and social interaction. Located on the northwest side of Detroit on what was once 3 vacant lots, Griffin Gardens is a place where you can simply come to relax, read a book, and enjoy being surrounded by the flowers, birds, and pollinators within the garden space. There will be other activities such as yoga and meditation classes, cooking classes, and various workshops for both adults and children available for the community’s enjoyment. 

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.