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In addition to being a school for higher learning, the College for Creative Studies has a small but interesting sculpture garden named for Josephine Ford. It sits in front of the school and across from the Detroit Institute of Arts. There's about a dozen sculptures,...More
An urban venue with big inside spaces for gatherings of 300 people, you bring the caterer and entertainment. Just blocks away from the Newscenter area of Detroit (The Fisher Theatre) and accessible to highways. Unfinished ceiling and modern design a bit noisy inside and parking...More
Spending my college years in CCS, I wouldn't leave Detroit without paying a visit there. It's across from Detroit Institute of Arts and there are some really interesting buildings there, plus students' artwork to see.
Across from the Detroit Institute of Arts, on the campus of the College for Creative Studies, is where you'll find the Josephine Ford Sculpture Garden. This small sculpture garden seems to be one of those hidden treasures only the faculty and students of the school...More
The is an interesting part of Detroit's history. The original design studios of General Motors, now used as a teaching facility. Lots of history here! The lobby display is most interesting. Tours are available, I believe.
I think the school itself might be a bit pricey for students without a lot of money. My daughter attended CCS for a year, waiting to get into SCAD in Savannah. Even with room and board, SCAD was a better value and layout. CCS isn't...More
I have now gone to two years of the Art Exhibit and I look forward to it every year. I love all the different styles and layers and textures to all of the art pieces and what they represent. Not sure how I came across...More