The Michigan Historical Center will continue its popular Second Saturday programs this spring, focusing on a weather theme. The programs - designed for children and families to learn more about Michigan's history and natural resources - are offered at the center, located at 702 W.
Arts & Culture
Gov. Rick Snyder’s proposed 2015 budget would boost arts-and-culture support 23 percent and cut the Michigan film incentive program budget in half.
Detroit is famous for its music, from the Motown hits of the 1960s to the cutting-edge punk of Iggy Pop to the rap of Eminem.
Effective Oct. 1, 2013, the Michigan Historical Museum in downtown Lansing will begin charging a $2 admission fee for youths ages 6 to 17, including school children as part of tour groups. Previously, the $2 fee was optional for youths. All other fees, instituted in 2011, remain unchanged.
Michigan is getting the Man of Steel and the Caped Crusader.
The upcoming Superman-Batman movie has been approved for the state’s film incentives, the Michigan Film Office announced today.
Michigan state law, Public Act 173 of 1929, prohibits people from removing "all historical and archaeological resources on state owned lands."
That doesn't stop people from prospecting....
On private property, objects belong to the owner of the property.
Attorney General Bill Schuette says the Detroit Institute of Art’s cannot be sold to satisfy the city’s creditors in the event of a municipal bankruptcy.
A Senate committee quickly and unanimously approved a bill its backers say will block the sale of Detroit Institute of Arts paintings and sculptures in the event of bankruptcy for the financially strapped city.
The prospect of the Detroit Institute of Arts losing its collection to satisfy creditors in a municipal bankruptcy is prompting concern at other city-owned venues with potentially vulnerable assets.
The city of Detroit would be prohibited from selling publicly owned art from the Detroit Institute of Arts collection under legislation introduced Wednesday.