Join us for The Warm Up, a series of Free Third Thursday art-making activities, as we spring out of winter. Each event has a unique artmaking experience that will get you in the spirit of revival!

May art-making will explore the endless possibilities of monotypes. Monoprinting is printmaking that creates images that are only made once, unlike most printmaking, which allows for multiples. Using spring flowers as inspiration and material, create beautiful one-of-a-kind prints! All materials will be provided. This drop-in activity will have several options and spaces but may require waiting for workspace to try them all. 

You can also head over to Cranbrook Institute of Science for free admission between 5pm and 8pm! Join them for a science festival spectacular:

Cranbrook high school interns will be presenting a hands-on festival of science, with activities spread across the museum. More than a dozen hands-on experiments and table activities will bring science to life for visitors of all ages. Experiment with electricity, sample an edible insect, hold the hand of T. rex, solve engineering challenges and much, much more!

Free Third Thursdays is a program sponsored by the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan.