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Get closer to the artistic rendering of HR Giger’s aliens at the Michigan Science Center. // Photo courtesy of Michigan Science Center

Clash between pop culture and science at Michigan Science Center

The Michigan Science Center has come across something wonderful. If you’re not familiar with science or haven’t been to the center for a while, isn’t it a beautiful reason for pop culture to come back? The POPnology The exhibit combines a scientific background with the beloved character of your favorite movie.There is a full size replica of the DeLorean Back to the future movie. ET, the beloved alien from Steven Spielberg’s seijin-shiki masterpiece, and HR Giger’s less familiar alien artistic representation ( alien Franchise) is also available for photography. According to Christian Glia, president and chief executive officer of the Michigan Science Center, pop culture props are set up to encourage young minds to think about the big picture of scientific questions. Stop by the newly restored Imax Dome Theater at the Science Center, which was open to the public earlier this summer. Until August 11th. Exhibits are included in the general admission ticket to the museum.

Art Anchor on Detroit Island Jewels

One of Detroit’s largest art shows is the Belle Isle Art Fair, which surrounds the James Scott Memorial Fountain. Goodbye to the summer with 65 judges. Many represent the city’s thriving art scene. From paintings to sculptures, we conclude with live music and drinks. It’s a great opportunity to chat one-on-one with the artists who have defined the Detroit art scene for many years and the newcomers who drive it. This is a family event and will be open to the public for free for two days, the first weekend of August. August 6th and 7th. For more information, please visit belleisleartfair.com.

Sara Marie Baron
The latest EP of Mary Saran is named Angel Numbers. // Photo courtesy of Rose Catherine Hohl

Detroit’s Sara Marie Baron enters a new era

Seeing and hearing the evolution of Sara Marie Baron has been an absolute pleasure for Detroit music fans over the past few years. In her latest EP, Angel number, She puts the singer-songwriter atmosphere into a full-band sound, bringing house music, pop and killer songwriting into a tight package of four songs, including outstanding tracks such as “Subdued” (the lead single for this project). Blend Slow burn “Shiver”. There are few Detroit performances that bring energy like Sarah Marie Baron, so keep an eye out for her next show with her live band. Sara Marie Baron’s new EP, Angel Numbers, has been released. You can stream it or buy it directly from the artist via your Bandcamp profile.

Leon Bridges returns soul to Detroit

Were you lucky to see one of Leon Bridges’ first shows at Cliff Bells, a small and intimate jazz venue in Detroit? He has grown in great popularity and style since then and is now playing in venues like the Freemasonry Temple in Detroit. His album last year, Gold Diggers SoundShows how far this soul turmoil has gone by mixing elements of Otis Redding and Sam Cooke with a unique blend of hip-hop and funk to allow a few artists to do it. There are attempts). This is one of the best shows to see in Detroit this summer. Leon Bridges also offers a contemporary show, looking back at the golden age of funk and soul in the 1960s. August 22nd. Tickets are available at ax.com.


This story is from the August 2022 issue of Hour Detroit magazine.

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