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Housed in one massive four story building, this art complex strives to bring together local artists and their work under one roof. Featuring 31 different galleries, studios and offices throughout the four flours, 4731 Gallery showcases a variety of mediums. Everything from sculpture, photography, pottery, mixed media, fashion and interior designers to wedding planners and music promotional companies can be found here. The various galleries and offices are open to the public, but be sure to visit the website for opening times and business information.
One of Detroit's most famous art institutions, this is one of the few potteries that has been in operation since the era of the Arts and Crafts Movement in America. The 1903 Tudor Revival Building is a National Historic Landmark and a living museum preserving and displaying the work of founder Mary Chase Perry Stratton and subsequent Pewabic artists. Distinctive handcrafted ceramic wares produced here are part of many public buildings, homes and museum collections. Make sure to stop by the gallery to catch changing exhibits of the ceramic arts.
One of the area's most prestigious avant-garde art museums, Cranbrook Art Museum features acclaimed contemporary painters, sculptors, promising new artists who display challenging and cutting-edge exhibitions. The museum's permanent collection highlights the accomplishments of decades of Cranbrook graduates from many different mediums. This is a popular gathering spot for local artists and art critics and is the center of a vibrant artistic community.