Detroit’s Art Mile Opens With Nearly 60 Participating Institutions

Museums, galleries, studios and alternative spaces band together for a citywide digital event

From today, 29 July, through 5 August, the art institutions of Detroit unite for Art Mile—a digital celebration of the city’s diverse artists, galleries, museums, non-profits and alternative art spaces. Nearly 60 local venues join the programming platform to host virtual museum tours, studio visits, DJ sets, film screenings and panel discussions. From CH favorites including Cranbrook Art Museum, Wasserman Projects and Dabls Mbad African Bead Museum to emerging …

City Guides Spotlight: Detroit

Tips for enjoying the renaissance that's occurring in Motor City, from our City Guides series

Sponsored content: Detroit is known for many things; from the revolutionary sounds of Motown to the hum of the American automotive industry, but it’s no secret that the city has fallen on hard times. While the surface may appear bleak, there is an ongoing renaissance in the Motor City—with a revived food scene, newly minted premium goods manufacturing companies and more art galleries than you …

Rest and Concentration in the Workplace

Cranbrook Academy of Art's collaboration with Herman Miller explores the modern office

Today’s laptops, tablets and smartphones have enabled workers to be more flexible in defining when, where and how they get their jobs done. While offices are still quite important for many, the way they’re set-up is ripe for evolution. An increased emphasis on community and teamwork is also at play—potentially at the cost of privacy and concentration. To consider solutions for this conundrum Herman Miller …