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Scarab Club Selects Ashley Hennen As New Executive Director – Daily Detroit

There have been a lot of exciting things happening at the Scarab Club this year. In June they unveiled a brand new campaign “We Know Detroit By Art.” They have kept the momentum going, focusing on

Source: Daily Detroit – Scarab Club Selects Ashley Hennen As New Executive Director

The Scarab Club names executive director – Crain’s Detroit Business


Ashley Hennen succeeds board President Duncan Campbell, who had served as the unpaid executive director of the venerable arts organization for the past year and a half.

Source: The Scarab Club names executive director – Crain’s Detroit Business

The ARTiculators: Carole Morisseau

Girl in the D: Spotlight on: Detroit’s Scarab Club


Historically-designated properties are prominent throughout Detroit, from the land of Historic Fort Wayne, to the old mansions of Indian Village, to the many churches, buildings, and sites that helped Detroit make it what it is today.

Source: Girl in the D: Spotlight on: Detroit’s Scarab Club

Revitalizing a Detroit cultural icon, while respecting its rich history | The Michigan Chronicle

For almost a century, millions of Detroit residents and visitors have passed by the Renaissance styled building at the corner of Farns­worth and John R and speculated about what was happening insid…

Source: Revitalizing a Detroit cultural icon, while respecting its rich history | The Michigan Chronicle

Scarab Club brings Detroit art lovers together for more than a century – Detroit City Limits

Most visitors to Detroit know about the Detroit Institute of Art, but many don’t know about a decades-old arts organization called The Scarab Club, located near the DIA at 217 Farnsworth St. The organization combines a club for artists and aficionados with a gallery and studio, located in the heart of Detroit’s cultural and historical …

Source: Scarab Club brings Detroit art lovers together for more than a century – Detroit City Limits

PrideSource – Scarab Club Unveils Marketing Campaign: ‘We Know Detroit by Art’

DETROIT – It’s an organization rich in history and poor on public relations. The Scarab Club, which turns 110 next year, has not always done a good job of promoting itself. But thanks to a powerful new marketing campaign done gratis by the Mars Agency and promoted by Marx Layne Public Relations, the Club is hoping for a rebirth.

Source: PrideSource – Scarab Club Unveils Marketing Campaign: ‘We Know Detroit by Art’

Historic Detroit Arts Institution ‘The Scarab Club’ to launch major branding initiative

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Source: Historic Detroit Arts Institution ‘The Scarab Club’ to launch major branding initiative

The Scarab Club in Detroit to announce it’s “Rebirth of an Arts Institution”

The Historic Scarab Club Ushers In A New Era With New Campaign, “We Know Detroit By Art”


The Scarab Club has been a part of cultivating and incubating Detroit’s artists and musicians for close to 110 years. This week the Scarab Club has unveiled a new marketing campaign to bring more attention to the work they do fostering the creative community in the city of Detroit. The Scarab Club partnered with The

Source: The Historic Scarab Club Ushers In A New Era With New Campaign, “We Know Detroit By Art”

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