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Iyawo Afro-Cuban Dance Classes

Iyawo Afro-Cuban Dance Classes

Iyawo Afro-Cuban Dance Class Wednesdays August 23, 30, and September 6 7:00 - 9:30pm Free to the first 20 Scarab Club members who sign up here! Learn the basics of Afro-Cuban dance with master teacher & choreographer Lisa McCall of Iyawo Folkloric Dance Theater. Classes are based in movements and rhythms…

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Chamber Music At The Scarab Club| Sunday, October 15| 7:00 Pm  

Chamber Music at the Scarab Club| Sunday, October 15| 7:00 pm  

Sunday, October 15, 2017, 7:00 pm                                                    Chamber Music at the Scarab Club opens its 20th season with a concert at Detroit’s historic Scarab Club on Sunday, October 15th at…

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August 26 | Call For Entry: SC Plein Air Challenge Exhibition

August 26 | Call for Entry: SC Plein Air Challenge Exhibition

THE SCARAB CLUB PLEIN AIR CHALLENGE EXHIBITION Exhibition in the SC Lounge: August 26-September 16, 2017 Reception: Saturday, August 26, 6-11 pm  The Scarab Club invites artists to participate in its 2017 Plein Air Challenge Exhibition. The exhibition will showcase work which has been painted between the hours of 8 am and…

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August 26 | Camouflaged: Feather J. Chiaverini B

August 26 | Camouflaged: Feather J. Chiaverini b

A Pop-up Installation by Feather J. Chiaverini Saturday, August 26, 2017, 6-11 pm Scarab Club garden | Free event The Scarab Club welcomes a one-night installation by Feather J. Chiaverini. All are welcome to attend this night of art, music and surprises, hosted by the artist. Camouflaged creates a space of…

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September 21 | The Regulars’ Table: Olayami Dabls & Julia Solis

September 21 | The Regulars’ Table: Olayami Dabls & Julia Solis

Detroit Research, Salon De’troit and the Scarab Club PRESENT The Regular’s Table: a series of intimate, informal conversations. September 21, 6:30 – 9PM 6:30 PM Doors open 7-8PM Olayami Dabls & Julia Solis in conversation on the mystical nature of objects 8-9 PM Conversation continues across the table The German…

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September 25 | “Lessons From The Ojibwe, 400 Years Ago”  Robert Downes

September 25 | “Lessons from the Ojibwe, 400 Years Ago” Robert Downes

September 25, 2017 7:00-9:00 p.m. “Lessons from the Ojibwe, 400 Years Ago” Author Robert Downes will present a digital-video presentation on the historical research behind his novel, Windigo Moon – A Novel of Native America at the Scarab Club on Monday Set 400 years ago among the Ojibwe Indians of…

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September 28 | Burroughs Dinner & Lecture: Marsden Hartley’s Maine

September 28 | Burroughs Dinner & Lecture: Marsden Hartley’s Maine

Thursday, September 28, 20176 pm | Cocktails7 pm | Dinner8 pm | Lecture Purchase tickets today! MARSDEN HARTLEY'S MAINESpeaker: Randall Griffey Marsden Hartley’s name appears in textbooks of modern art due to abstract paintings he made in Berlin in 1914-15, a body of work that drew from Cubism and German…

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September 29 | Scarab Club 110th Celebration

September 29 | Scarab Club 110th Celebration

celebrating 110 yearsof creative excellence& artistic expression Join us September 29, 2017 7:30 -11:00 pm Pop-up Robert Hopkin exhibition Photobooth & live portrait sketches  Music from our Live at the Scarab Club house band Open bar and strolling dinner $35 members | $40 general admission Reserve your spot here.  

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Gallery: WAX | August 23 – September 30, 2017

Gallery: WAX | August 23 – September 30, 2017

Reception: Friday, September 8, 2017, 5-8 pm Gallery Talk: Wednesday, September 20, 6 pm The WAX exhibition, curated by Jack O. Summers, brings together the encaustic work of seven artists: Nina Caruso, Lynda Cole, Birgit Huttemann-Holz, Candace Law, Chris McCauley, Graceann Warn, and the late Gilda Snowden. Encaustic painting is…

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October 1 | Live At The Scarab Club: Thelonious Monk At 100

October 1 | Live at the Scarab Club: Thelonious Monk at 100

  John Sinclair w/ the Planet D Nonet: Thelonious Monk at 100. Sunday, Oct 1 3-5pm Thelonious Monk was born Oct 10, 1917 and we will celebrate that legacy as the Planet D Nonet performs his songs as John Sinclair recites corresponding poems and text. Early bird tickets (through September 1):…

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October 5| She Sparrow, Ted Zahrfeld

October 5| She Sparrow, Ted Zahrfeld

October 5, 2017  7:00pm-9:00pmShe Sparrow—a tragic Odyssey of a young desert woman thrown into a dangerous world with only a mysterious dagger and her newly discovereed archetypes of Queen, Warrior and Lover— Conversation with the author and graphic designer over wine: Writer, Ted Zahrfeld and cover/icon artist, Jerome Patryjak, will…

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October 11 |  Louis Vaspar

October 11 | Louis Vaspar

October 11, 2017 7:00pm -9:00pm Pianist and Detroit native, Louis Vaspar, would like to introduce himself. You're all invited to his preview recital where he'll play pieces by Beethoven and Bach. Admission is free for all interested guests, and if you like that, be sure to catch him at Orchestra Hall…

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October 21 | Detroit Blues Heritage Series: A Tribute to Howard Armstrong

A Tribute to Howard Armstrong Saturday October 21, 2017 2-4pm | $5 donation requested at the door The Scarab Club and Detroit Blues Heritage Series presents “A Tribute to Howard Armstrong” featuring Ralphe Armstrong on Bass, Ray Kamalay on Guitar and John Reynolds on Violin. Ralphe Armstrong is the son…

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October 28 | The Search For The Lost Prophecy,  Bill Meyer Book Release Event

October 28 | The Search for the Lost Prophecy, Bill Meyer Book Release Event

October 28, 2017  1:00PM- 4:00PM In Book 2 of the Horace j. Edwards and the Time Keepers series, The Search for the Lost Prophecy, Horace struggles to learn more about his role in his grandfather’s secret order - The Time Keepers. The portal to the past has been destroyed and…

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The Scarab Club & Opera Modo Present The Turn Of The Screw

The Scarab Club & Opera Modo Present The Turn of the Screw

The Scarab Club and Opera Modo PRESENT The Turn of the Screw October 26-29 Tickets on sale soon Written in 1954, The Turn of the Screw is the last of Benjamin Britten’s chamber operas, based on the gothic horror novella of the same title.  A sheltered young governess is sent to care…

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