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.
Workin’ Roots is an urban community farm in the Nolan neighborhood of Detroit. We currently occupy 2 previously vacant lots. With the recent purchase of 4 additional lots, we look forward to expanding our operations to serve our community at a greater capacity. Our mission is to revitalize and reengage the community by reconnecting with the earth through land stewardship, food sovereignty, and sustainability. Our goal is to inspire and educate others in creating a fulfilling lifestyle that fosters balance mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
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.