Feb 5, 2024 - Culture

Students' art displayed downtown for Black History Month

Paintings on walls in a large room with chairs and tables for lounging.

Art on display at 1001 Woodward Ave. Photo: Courtesy of Bedrock

Local students' artwork is on display downtown this month for "Celebrating Black Artists."

Details: Dan Gilbert's Bedrock is hosting the exhibition on the first floor at its 1001 Woodward Ave. building in partnership with the Carr Center, per a news release.

  • Students who were chosen through a juried process addressed a theme with their work: "How will you shape, change and reimagine our future?"
  • Art from 10 non-students will also be displayed, including from visual artist Yvette Rock and Chanel Beebe, an artist, engineer and founder of a design firm.

If you go: The free exhibition runs through Feb. 29, 4-8pm Thursdays and Fridays, noon-4pm Saturdays and 1-5pm Sundays.

Of note: The Carr Center has other Black History Month programming, including its group exhibition "BLACK," which stands for "A Built Language Across Culture and Knowledge," Metro Times reported.

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