Posts Tagged: Detroit

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Doodle of the week!

Want to see your doodle on the blog? Send us your sketches and we’ll post them! Send your doodles to cap@collegeforcreativestudies.edu and keep an eye out to see your work posted!

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Doodle of the week!

Want to see your doodle on the blog? Send us your sketches and we’ll post them! Send your doodles to cap@collegeforcreativestudies.edu and keep an eye out to see your work posted!

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I would say its safe to say that we’re doing a good job. This surprise piece of artwork love was left in the time sheet box this week from one of our faculty members. Can you feel the love??

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Doodle of the week!

Want to see your doodle on the blog? Send us your sketches and we’ll post them! Send your doodles to cap@collegeforcreativestudies.edu and keep an eye out to see your work posted!

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Doodle of the week!

Want to see your doodle on the blog? Send us your sketches and we’ll post them! Send your doodles to cap@collegeforcreativestudies.edu and keep an eye out to see your work posted!

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On Monday, March 17th, students in one of our youth photography programs experimented with creating works of art out of green food for St. Patrick’s day. When everything was said and done, they were encouraged to take the remaining foods home to eat.

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Doodle of the week!

Want to see your doodle on the blog? Send us your sketches and we’ll post them! Send your doodles to cap@collegeforcreativestudies.edu and keep an eye out to see your work posted!

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Doodle of the week!

Want to see your doodle on the blog? Send us your sketches and we’ll post them! Send your doodles to cap@collegeforcreativestudies.edu and keep an eye out to see your work posted!

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This group mural was created by students during the culminating event celebrating Black History Month at the Henry Ford Academy School for Creative Studies. It took the students 1.5 hours to complete from start to finish. During performances by other student groups, our students worked on the mural outside the view of the audience. When the performances were complete, the 20’ moveable wall was turned around for all to see. It was received with an audible gasp of wonderment and amazement at what the students had just completed. The mural has since been sealed and will be wrapped in plastic to preserve the student work.