- Associated Press - Saturday, March 1, 2014

DETROIT (AP) - The College for Creative Studies in Detroit has announced a full palette of spring events that include performances, exhibitions and lectures.

The series kicks off March 14 with a reception featuring the work of New York-based artist and college alumnus Mark Sengbusch. He’s celebrating the 11th anniversary of his “101UP” project, which involved creating 101 paintings each week for 20 weeks, and the show runs until April 19.

Design writer Steven Heller will discuss his addiction to design during a March 19 lecture. The school on May 2 also will feature “PlayCAGE,” a one-night event by Detroit performance artist Stephen Dueweke that’s based on the visual art of John Cage.

Overall, there are nine events running through mid-May.

The private college has about 1,400 students.




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