DSG at the Charles H. Wright Museum

29 Jan 2012 by detroitsynergy, Comments Off

Detroit Synergy is proud to invite you to an inspiring and educational evening of art, exploration, dialogue and discovery.  In celebration of Black History Month and in the spirit of our mission to support Detroit institutions, Detroit Synergy February Meet Up (February 9, 2012)  will be at the magnificent Charles H. Wright Museum.

This is more than a chance to connect with Detroit Synergy Group; it is an opportunity to experience one of America’s top-rated African American museums, to connect or reconnect with a Detroit treasure.

EVENT DATE: Thursday, February 9, 2012 | 6:30 PM(Click here to see our calendar).

This event is open to DSG members and their guests.  All events are free courtesy of the generosity of the Charles H. Wright museum. DSG encourages attendees to make a donation for their admission.

Plan to take advantage of street parking and nearby lots (including the John R lot behind the DIA).  Join us at the main (Warren) entrance.

DSG MEET UP PROGRAMMING – February 9, 2012 | 6:30 PM

6:30 – 8:30 – DSG Members Connect
Ongoing throughout the evening
Connect with DSG members in the multipurpose room.  This gallery, located on the lower floor, is currently home to “Great American Artists: Roots, Branches, and Seeds – Part I,” an exciting exhibit featuring contemporary Detroit artists. Cash bar available.

6:30 – 8:30 – Galleries
Ongoing throughout the evening
Explore the galleries of the museum including the new show Mixing Metaphors (opens February 3), Fela! The Man and his Music – in conjunction with the show at the Music Hall, and the museum’s core exhibition: And Still We Rise.

6:30 – 8:00 – Documentary “Broken Stones”
Please arrive promptly at 6:30 for this program
DSG Members will have the option of attending a special documentary viewing hosted by Detroit’s own Jessica Care Moore.  This event centers on the documentary on Haiti, “Broken Stones” (52 minutes – trailer).  The film is expected to begin at 6:30, followed by discussion with the filmmaker facilitated by Jessica Care More and the education department at The Wright.

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