2018 Photography Exhibition
October 17-November 17, 2018
Reception: Friday, October 26, 5-8 pm
Gallery Talk: Wednesday, November 7, 6 pm
Millee Tibbs’ work derives from her interest in photography’s ubiquity and the tension between its truth-value and inherent manipulation of reality. Tibbs is an associate professor of photography at Wayne State University. She holds an MFA in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design. She is the recipient of two MacDowell Colony fellowships, as well as multiple national and international artist residencies awards. Her work has been published and exhibited internationally, most recently at Pingyao International Photography Festival, China, and at the George Eastman Museum, NY.
Nick Baldwin, Noura Ballout, Jerry Basierbe, Chris Bennett, Robert Beras, Mary Jo Caruana, Samantha Chalut, Janna Coumoundouros, John Diephouse, John Dykstra, Darrel Ellis, Stephanie Espinoza, Lisa Ferrari, Daniela Gobetti, Kate Gowman, Steven Hauptman, JJ Hill-Wood, Melanie Hilliard, Mario Inchaustegui, Amy Kelly, Allen Einstein & Nancy LaBret Einstein, Mark McClelland, Jerry Mitchell, Allen Morris, Danyell Nefe, James Ritchie, Christopher Schneider, Matruka Sherman, Antonia Stoyanovich, Marietta Van Buhler, Nicole White
Since its founding in 1907 the Scarab Club has hosted sketch sessions as an important facet of its programming. We are proud to showcase the work of artists who attend the sessions.
Sessions are held four times a week and are free for SC members and full-time students. The three-hour sessions are $10 for all other artists. For more information visit the sketch session schedule.
In the historic room, you’ll find works from the Scarab Club’s permanent collection, including an original Robert Hopkin. Hopkin was one of Detroit’s leading painters in the mid to late 19th century in Detroit, producing seascapes, landscapes and decorative works, including the interior of the Detroit Opera House (1869). In 1907, the Detroit Museum of Art held an exhibition in his honor, at which time his fellow artists founded the Hopkin Club, which later became the Scarab Club.