The Department of Arts & Culture provides high quality facilities and the expertise of experienced non-profit leadership to support arts organizations and artists in the city of Detroit. See our Legacy Projects and the Arts & Culture tenants below.
The Marygrove Conservancy Department of Arts & Culture award-winning community engagement & legacy projects live on! Click here for Contemporary American Authors Lecture Series (CAALS), Institute for Detroit Studies (IDS), and Arts Infused Education (AIE).
Public Lectures With Nationally-known Authors
The thirty-fourth CAALS guest is novelist and essayist Robert Jones, Jr. Jones will deliver the Bauder Lecture on Friday, April 28, 2023, at 8 PM. The event will be held at Marygrove. It will also be available via live stream.
The Institute for Detroit Studies in the Department of Arts & Culture promotes interdisciplinary study of the city of Detroit through
Using The Arts As Transformative Tools For Engaging All Learners
A non-profit organization that teaches and develops students ages 8-18 through music education, dance, and theatrical arts.
Ron English currently teaches guitar, jazz theory and ensemble classes.
Marygrove’s wonderful dance facilities are favorites for all dance enthusiasts, from professional to community.
Dancing Divas & Divos Dance Academy is a 501c3 nonprofit arts organization/dance academy designed to instill fun, energetic and motivating training through the discipline of dance.
The Institute of Dance at Marygrove (IDM) was developed to serve the adjacent urban and metropolitan community and provide high quality, affordable dance classes to children and adults in a non-competitive, non-threatening environment. Learn more about dance programs at Marygrove Conservancy.
With a beautiful theater with more than 375 seats and a small black box, the Marygrove Conservancy Department of Arts & Culture would be incomplete without tenants preserving the theatrical arts.
Shakespeare in Detroit is a nonprofit organization that enhances and supports the cultural, educational and financial growth of Detroit with professional theatre created through a conscious lens of equity, diversity and inclusion.
One of the gems of the city, the Marygrove Gallery and visual arts studios draw artists from around the city.
Art on the left by Michael Shelton
Art Professor at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, Nesbitt exhibits and sells her work of printed and digital media ranging from video, installation, sculpture, and augmented reality to the photographic wet plate collodion process. She also provides wedding and event photography
Detroit photographer and mixed media artist, with a concentration in portrait photography and drypoint printmaking. She offers portrait photography services, private consultations for creative projects, printmaking portrait commissions, and has an online shop with all her available artwork.
The Marygrove Conservancy Department of Arts & Culture will also provide space and time for organizations to get assistance in the business of art.
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