Interpretations II: Growing Old on the Street

July 7th – July 31st
10am-2pm and during performances
Add to Calendar 07 07 2017 07 31 2017 America/Detroit Interpretations II: Growing Old on the Street The Village Theater at Cherry Hill in Canton Township will be presenting “Interpretations II: Growing Old on the Street”, a collaboration of 20 Detroit area artists working in various styles and media – each creating work in painting, drawing, multi-media and sculpture – based on corresponding photographs created by legally blind Plymouth, Michigan photographer, Tim Tonachella.

In addition to the more than 50 works of art to be displayed on the gallery walls, the exhibit will feature a 12-minute film produced to highlight the artwork in the show, together with the reality of growing old on the streets of Detroit. The film will be shown twice during the opening reception in the theater auditorium, and will run continuously at a kiosk in the theater lobby.
50400 Cherry Hill Road , Canton, Michigan 48187 aBiAKdWFvzLJBiabzmaP28799 MM/DD/YYYY
The Village Theater at Cherry Hill in Canton Township will be presenting “Interpretations II: Growing Old on the Street”, a collaboration of 20 Detroit area artists working in various styles and media – each creating work in painting, drawing, multi-media and sculpture – based on corresponding photographs created by legally blind Plymouth, Michigan photographer, Tim Tonachella.

In addition to the more than 50 works of art to be displayed on the gallery walls, the exhibit will feature a 12-minute film produced to highlight the artwork in the show, together with the reality of growing old on the streets of Detroit. The film will be shown twice during the opening reception in the theater auditorium, and will run continuously at a kiosk in the theater lobby.
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