Detroit poster genius Gary Grimshaw celebrated at Lincoln Park Historical Museum

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PHOTO VIA GARY GRIMSHAW: THE MASTER ARTIST'S STUDIO EVENT, FACEBOOK
  • Photo via Gary Grimshaw: The Master Artist's Studio event, Facebook
This Saturday, as a tribute to Detroit's dearly beloved Gary Grimshaw, and the opening of the art show "The Master Artist's Studio," we have none other than local luminaries Melvin Davis, The Belle Isles, ML Liebler, and Richie Wohfeil.

The Lincoln Park Historical Museum is celebrating the opening of their new two-year long Grimshaw exhibit (two years — so you never have an excuse to miss it) with good food, good music, and good beer. With food trucks and good brews also on hand, how can you possibly stay at home on the couch and miss out? 




Saturday, August 13, doors at 4 p.m.; 1335 Southfield Rd., Lincoln Park; Free



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