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A selection of upcoming artistic happenings in and around Detroit

A selection of upcoming artistic happenings

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Trinosophes \\ 1464 Gratiot Ave., Detroit; 313-737-6606; trinosophes.com. Power to the Vanguard: Original Printed Materials From Revolutionary Movements Around the World 1963-1987 Oct. 17-Dec. 28.

University of Michigan Museum of Art \\ 525 S State St., Ann Arbor; 734-764-0395; umma.umich.edu. Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960-2014 Oct. 4-Jan. 25. Fred Tomaselli: The Times Oct. 4-Jan. y 25. Detroit before the Automobile: The William L. Clements Library Collection Oct. 18-Jan. 18. Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection Oct. 25-Feb. 15. Guido van der Werve: Nummer veertien, home Dec. 13-Apr. 26. Flip Your Field: Objects from the Collection Jan. 24-May 31. HE: The Hergott Shepard Photography Collection Feb. 14-June 14. Mine More Coal: War Effort and Americanism in World War I Posters May 9-Sept. 20.

WassermanProjects \\ 2163 Cole St., Birmingham; 248-220-4628; wassermanprojects.com. Gerhardt Knodel: Let the Games Begin Sept. 20-Nov. 7.
 Wayne State University Gallery \\ 150 Art Building, Detroit; 313-993-7813 art.wayne.edu. MAPC Print Conference Exhibitions Sept. 12-Oct. 17. Rosenthal Exhibition Nov. 7-Dec. 19. Graduating Seniors Exhibition Jan. 23-Feb. 13. MFA Graduate Exhibition Feb. 27-Mar. 20. Tri-County Exhibition Mar. 27-Apr. 10. Undergraduate Exhibition Apr. 24-May 22 .

Wayne State University \\ McGregor Memorial Conference Center, 495 Ferry Mall, Detroit; 313-577-2400; wayne.edu. Berg/Broner Sculpture and Prints by WSU Mid-Century Modernists Sept. 22-27.

Whitdel Arts \\ 1250 Hubbard, Suite B1, Detroit; 313-338-9839; whitdelarts.com. Print City Conference Exhibitions with Jennifer Williams, Bill Hosterman and Matthew Hunt Sept. 12-Oct. 18. Day of the Dead Offering to El Santo, El Enmascarado de Plata with Gabrielle Pescador & Jua Javier Pescador Nov. 1-29.

theater/music

Detroit Symphony Orchestra \\ Max M. Fisher Music Center, 3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-576-5111; dso.org. Ben Folds with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Oct. 15. Cirque de la Symphonie Jan. 10-11. Tchaikovsky Festival Feb. 12-Mar. 1.

Michigan Opera Theatre \\ Detroit Opera House 1526 Broadway, Detroit; 313-961-3500; michiganopera.org. Elektra Oct. 18-26. Madame Butterfly Nov. 15-23. The Merry Widow Apr. 11-19. Faust May 9-17.

dance

Michigan Opera Theatre \\ Detroit Opera House 1526 Broadway, Detroit; 313-961-3500; michiganopera.org. Houston Ballet: Giselle Nov. 1-2 BalletMet Columbus: The Nutcracker Nov. 28-30. Eisenhower Dance: The Light Show Jan. 31. Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Mar. 19-22.

Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts and Jazz Café \\ 350 Madison, Detroit; 313-887-8501; musichall.org. Parsons Dance Oct. 12 4 p.m., $30-$50. The Royal Ballet Of Cambodia Nov. 6 8 p.m., $30-$50. The Soulful Nutcracker Nov. 28-29 8 p.m., $30-$50. The Russian Classical Ballet: The Nutcracker Dec. 13 8 p.m., $30-$50. Jessica Lang Dance Apr. 17 8 p.m., $30-$50.

Tangent Gallery \\ 715 E Milwaukee St., Detroit; 313-873-2955; tangentgallery.com. 2014 Michigan Burlesque Festival Sept. 19-20

fashion

Catwalk Detroit \\ The Garden Theater: 3929 Woodward Ave., Detroit 313-832-0888; catwalkdetroit.com; Oct. 12.

Fashion Speak 2014 \\ One Woodward Building, 1 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 248-722-8407; detroitgarmentgroup.org. One-day fashion conference presented by Taubman and the Detroit Garment Guild. Oct. 16.

Michigan Fashion Week \\ Various locations; michiganfashionweek.com. Networking for talent in the fashion field, from designers to photographers to models. Sept. 24-27.

lectures

Arab American National Museum \\
13624 Michigan Ave., Dearborn 313-582-2266 arabamericanmuseum.org. Dancing in Jaffa screening and talk with director Pierre Dulaine. Wednesday Sept. 24 7 p.m.

College for Creative Studies \\
Wendell W. Anderson Jr. Auditorium, 301 Frederick Douglass, Detroit; 313-664-7800. collegeforcreativestudies.edu. Carmela Spinelli Spinelli is a fashion historian and coordinator of International Special Projects at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Sept. 24 6 p.m.

College for Creative Studies A. Alfred Taubman Center \\ 485 W. Milwaukee St., 11th Floor; 313-664-7800; collegeforcreativestudies.edu. Detroit Made Panel Discussion Join the Detroit Technology Exchange and Diana Budds, editor of Dwell magazine, for this discussion with representatives of Detroit’s design and manufacturing industries. Sept. 24 2-4 p.m.

Detroit Institute of Arts \\ 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-833-7900; dia.org. The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement 1887-1920 Many important American Impressionists both created gardens and painted them. Anna O. Marley, curator of historical American art, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, will talk about painters at work in different gardens, with particular attention to Maria Oakey and her husband, Thomas Wilmer Dewing. Oct. 5, 2 p.m. African Arts Recognition Award: Margaret H. Demant ... The Friends of African and African American Art honor art collector Margaret H. Demant with the 2014 African Arts Recognition Award for her decades of exemplary service to the Detroit Institute of Arts and for her extraordinary contributions to the collecting of African art. Sponsored by the Friends of African and African American Art. Oct. 12-2 p.m.

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