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    • 15 Aug 2018
    • 5 Nov 2018
    • 9:00 PM
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    Call for Entry
    2018 SCARAB CLUB
    PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION
    Deadline: Sunday, September 23, Midnight
    Exhibition: Wednesday, October 17 - Saturday, November 17
    Intake: Sunday, October 14, noon-5 pm
    Reception: Friday, October 26, 5-8 pm
    Gallery Talk: November 7, 5-8 pm

    The Scarab Club invites submissions for its annual photography exhibition. It is an unthemed exhibition, open to all artists 18 years or older. Works may also include video, mixed media and alternative photographic processes. No pieces larger than 5' x 5'.

    The purpose of the 2018 SC Photography Exhibition is to recognize the diversity and achievement of artists whose work shows creativity of concept, excellence of design and expertise of media; to display these works to regional audiences and to be an educational opportunity for students. 
    JUROR 
    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
    ELIGIBILITY 
    Participation is open to all artists 18 years or older. 
    ENTRY FEE 
    Scarab Club members and full time students pay a discounted entry fee of $20 for up to three images; Entry fee for all other artists is $25 for up to three images; Up to three additional images may be submitted, at $5 for each additional image. 

    • 7 Sep 2018
    • 11:59 PM
    • 23 Oct 2018
    • 2:00 PM
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    CALL FOR ENTRY
    104th Annual Gold Medal Dinner 
    & SC Annual Book
    Scarab Club Member Exhibition
    DEADLINE: Sunday, October 8, 2017/Midnight

    November 21, 2018-January 5, 2019
    Intake: Sunday, November 18, noon-5 pm
    Deadline for entries: Sunday, October 21, Midnight
    Results: Saturday, October 27
    Boar’s Head Dinner & Awards: Saturday, December 8

    The Scarab Club invites submissions for its annual Gold Medal Exhibition, an annual unthemed, all-media exhibition, open to all SC members in good standing. The entry fee of $40 covers both the entry fee for the exhibition, and one SC Annual book. Books will be shipped to artists in December, after publication.

    JUROR 
    Dominique Chastenet de Géry received an MFA from Wayne State University in 2016. In 2017, Dominique moved to Ann Arbor, where she set up a studio. She shows regularly throughout the Detroit area and in California, where her family settled in the late 1950's.  In the early 1970's Dominique spent some time in Mexico before returning to study painting and classics at UC Santa Cruz.  She moved to Chicago in the late 1970’s where she enrolled at the Art Institute of Chicago, before ultimately moving to Detroit to raise a family.  Throughout her career as an artist, Dominique experimented with a wide variety of mediums and bodies of work, including ceramics and textiles, as well as paper maché and encaustic.  Now a full-time artist, she is devoting her practice exclusively to landscape oil painting. Recent shows include: "From Bird's Eye to Fish Eye" at the Common Cup, Ann Arbor; "Water Sacred", at the Scarab Club, "Terrain," Detroit Artist Market, and  a two person show at LA Artcore, Los Angeles, CA.

    QUESTIONS?
    Please contact Treena Flannery Ericson at: tericson@scarabclub.org

    • 14 Oct 2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • 14 Oct 2019
    • 1:00 PM
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    Popularly known at the club as “sketch classes”, these non-instruction​al, drop-in opportunities for artists to draw and paint from live models welcome all artists. Drop in and join us! Materials: Bring a pad of drawing paper or stretched canvas and your favorite drawing and/or painting supplies.

    • 2 Nov 2018
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    Friday, November 2nd, 7:00 - 8:30 pm

    It's a Love Art-Story with Bridget L. Goodbody of Art Intelligence

    How do we, as art writers, touch the touchscreen generation who wants everything on demand, interactive and all visual all the time? How might we create art-stories that are as addictive as Instagram, as friendly as Facebook and as bingeable as Netflix, so people fall in love with art?

    Join us for a short talk followed by a longer discussion about future of art-storytelling with former New York Times art critic and technology entrepreneur Bridget L. Goodbody, PhD, who has been working at the forefront of digital technology since the birth of the iPhone.

    A special thanks to our co-sponsors, Essay'd and Beholdr.

     


    • 4 Nov 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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    A TOAST TO HUNGARY

    Sunday, November 4, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    Eliot Heaton – violin     Velda Kelly – violin

      Scott Stefanko – viola      Nadine Deleury – cello

    Hear extraordinary music for strings, all with special connections to Hungary!

    Joseph HADYN     String Quartet Op. 76, No. 5

    Leó WEINER     String Trio No. 1, Op. 6

    Béla BARTÓK     Violin Duos


    As always, each piece on the program will be introduced by one of the musicians and the concert will be followed by a delicious and friendly reception.

    The Scarab Club – 217 Farnsworth, Detroit MI 48202



    • 8 Nov 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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    Thursday, November 8, 2018
    6 pm | Cocktails
    7 pm | Dinner
    8 pm | Lecture

    Deadline for dinner registration: Monday, November 5, 2018 (to accommodate catering)
    Attendance for lecture only guests available | Pay at the door $15/SC members & students | $20 Non-members

    Lumia:
    Thomas Wilfred and the Origins 
    of Time-Based Media in Modern Art

    Keely Orgeman, Alice and Allan Kaplan Associate Curatorof American Painting and Sculpture, Yale University Art Gallery

    Lumia: Thomas Wilfred and the Origins of Time-Based Media in Modern Art, Keely Orgeman will focus on the work of the Danish-American artist Thomas Wilfred, who built an international reputation in the first half of the twentieth century as the pioneer of a new art form, which he called Lumia. Wilfred invented sophisticated analog “instruments” that produce brilliantly colored displays, realizing a fusion of modernist abstraction and pre-digital technology. My talk considers at the formal and conceptual affinities between lumia and the wide-ranging work of Wilfred’s contemporaries, from other early kinetic-light objects, such as Stanton Macdonald-Wright’s Synchrome Kineidoscope and László Moholy-Nagy’s Light Prop for an Electric Stage, to experimental films, Abstract Expressionist paintings, Light and Space environments, to psychedelic light shows.

    Keely Orgeman is the Alice and Allan Kaplan Associate Curator in the Department of American Paintings and Sculpture at the Yale University Art Gallery. She received her Ph.D. from Boston University in 2014, writing her dissertation on representations of radioactivity in American art. At BU, she received the Presidential Fellowship, as well as the Jan and Warren Adelson Fellowship in American Art, organized the exhibition Atomic Afterimage: Cold War Imagery in Contemporary Art (2008) at the Boston University Art Gallery, and authored its accompanying catalogue. Since coming to Yale in fall 2008, she has served in several curatorial roles in the American Paintings and Sculpture Department and has contributed entries and essays to museum publications, including collection catalogues and the Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin. In 2017, she organized the traveling exhibition Lumia: Thomas Wilfred and the Art of Light for the Yale Art Gallery and the Smithsonian American Art Museum, in Washington, D.C., which was accompanied by a scholarly catalogue. Currently, she is embarking on a new project that centers on a historical portrait miniature.

    The Clyde Burroughs lecture series is generously supported by Frances & Nick Pavlovics.

    Image: Thomas Wilfred, Unit #50, Elliptical Prelude and Chalice, from the First Table Model Clavilux (Luminar) Series, 1928. Metal, fabric, glass, and electrical and lighting elements on a maple table. Yale University Art Gallery, Gift of Thomas C. Wilfred.

    • 16 Dec 2018
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    Pleyel Piano Series: Ling-Ju Lai

    Join us this season for an authentic salon experience where musicians and audiences come together in an intimate space to perform and enjoy music of the 18th and 19th centuries.

    This stunning piano was generously donated by the Dixon family in 2013 was crafted in Paris in 1879. A portion of the revenues will go to a special fund which will assure the maintenance of the piano (Dan Harteau is its piano technician).

    2:00pm recital for young students

    2:30pm small reception

    3:00pm Pleyel Recital: Ling-Ju Lai

    Program:

    J.S. Bach/Egon Petri: Sheep May Safely Graze, from the Birthday Cantata

    J.S. Bach: Toccata in F-sharp Minor, BWV 910

    Ludwig Van Beethoven: Sonata in C Major, Op.53, "Waldstein"

    Franz Schubert: Impromptu in E-flat Major Op.90 Nr.2 and Nr.3

    Felix Mendelssohn: Variations Sérieuses Op.54

     

    LING-JU LAI, a native of Taiwan, has garnered consistently favorable reviews for her creative interpretation of Baroque keyboard music, particularly the music of J.S. Bach. Sir András Schiff expresses, Ms. Lai has a questing musical mind. Her approach is unusual and valuable, a very gifted musician and pianist.” The Baltimore Sun writes, The depth of the sound sinks in with startling poignancy as Ling-Ju Lai lets the notes linger long in the air,  . . . a moment of musical insight to savor.” 

    As a concert pianist, Ms. Lai has performed in leading international venues and participated in acclaimed music festivals, such as the Royal Academy of Music in London, Gewandhaus in Leipzig, Town Hall in Bruges, The National Theater in Taiwan, The Bach Festival in Leipzig and The William Kapell International Piano Competition in Maryland. She was named the “Rising Star” by two of Taiwan’s most prestigious performance organizations: The National Taiwan Concert Hall and The National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra.

    Ms. Lai is best known for her emotive and incisive performance of The Six Partitas by J.S. Bach, presenting All-Bach programs in New York, Boston, Chicago, St. Paul/Minneapolis, University of Michigan, Susquehanna University, Ateneo de Madrid and the International Cultural Program of the Menéndez Pelayo University in Santander, Spain. She appeared as a soloist with the Bachiana Filarmônica Orchestra in São Paulo, Brazil, performing J.S. Bach’s D Minor Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, collaborating with celebrated Bach interpreter and conductor, Mr. João Carlos Martins. Ms. Lai’s debut album includes Bach’s Concerto in D Minor and Italian Concerto, and is available at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/lingjulai

    Featured at the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series in Chicago with live broadcast on WFMT 98.7 fm, Ms. Lai recently performed, for two consecutive years, at the inaugural concert of the Royal Magdalena Palace in Santander, Spain. Highlights of the recent appearances include notable concert series such as the Aula de Música at the University of Alcala in Spain, the PianoForte Foundation Salon Series in Chicago, Brookline Library Music Association Concert Series in Massachusetts, Steinway Piano Gallery in Boca Raton, Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Utah Valley University in Orem and Chamber Music Society of Detroit, presenting The Goldberg Variations by J. S. Bach.

    Ms. Lai received graduate degrees in Piano and Harpsichord Performance from the University of Michigan and Eastman School of Music, where she was awarded the Performer’s Certificate for her excellence in performance. Ms. Lai holds a Doctor of Musical Arts in Piano Performance from the University of Michigan.

    www.lingjulai.com


    • 28 Feb 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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    Thursday, February 28, 2019
    6 pm | Cocktails
    7 pm | Dinner
    8 pm | Lecture

    Deadline for dinner registration: Monday, February 25, 2019  (to accommodate catering)
    Attendance for lecture only guests available | Pay at the door $15/SC members & students | $20 Non-members

    Albert Kahn: The Architect Vanishes
    Michael H. Hodges, Fine Arts Writer, Detroit News

    Industrial architect Albert Kahn was a giant in Detroit’s heroic age, the visionary who invented the humane “daylight factories” that helped birth both modern manufacturing and modern architecture. In this lecture and slideshow, Detroit News reporter Michael H. Hodges — author of “Building the Modern World: Albert Kahn in Detroit” — will review Kahn’s local legacy, his vigorous defense of Diego Rivera’s “Detroit Industry” murals when under attack, and his role helping the Soviets beat the Nazis in 1941-42.

    Michael H. Hodges is the fine-arts writer for The Detroit News, where he's worked since 1991. "Building the Modern World: Albert Kahn in Detroit" is his second book on local architecture. His first, "Michigan's Historic Railroad Stations," was named a Notable Book by the Library of Michigan. Hodges blames his architectural enthusiasms on both the picturesque Oakland County dairy farm he grew up on, as well as the six years he spent as a student at the Cranbrook School for Boys. 

    The Clyde Burroughs lecture series is generously supported by Frances & Nick Pavlovics.

    • 11 Apr 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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    Thursday, April 11, 2019
    6 pm | Cocktails
    7 pm | Dinner
    8 pm | Lecture

    Deadline for dinner registration: Monday, April 8, 2019  (to accommodate catering)
    Attendance for lecture only guests available | Pay at the door $15/SC members & students | $20 Non-members

    Florine Stetheimer
    Nancy Shaw, Curator Emerita of American Art, Detroit Institute of Arts

    Florine Stetheimer:
    The Love Flight of a Pink Candy Heart
    Nancy Rivard Shaw, Curator Emerita American Art, Detroit Institute of Arts

    Florine Stettheimer socialized within the same milieu as her contemporary, fellow artist and museum founder Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, becoming a fixture among the New York avant-garde. She studied in New York and Paris and her lesser known early work recalls the realist traditions of the Ashcan School.  Yet, she is best known for the vibrant and exuberant palette of the fantasies that she begins to lay down on canvas after 1916. Behind the Pink Cellophane Curtain: The Fantasy World of Florine Stettheimer will explore not only the imagined often autobiographical worlds found in her canvases, but also the studio she created, where to a good extent, she brought that world to life.

    Nancy Rivard Shaw, Curator Emerita of American Art, Detroit
    Institute of Arts (DIA) and an independent scholar specializing in late 19th and early 20th century American art.  Among the major exhibitions Shaw has contributed to are:  “John Singer Sargent and the Edwardian Age,” (1979), “The Quest for Unity: American Art Between World’s Fairs,” (1983), and “American Art from the Manoogian Collection,” (1989).  She co-organized “From the Hudson River School to Impressionism: American Art from the Manoogian Collection,” (1997) and prepared the scholarly catalogue that accompanied it.

    Shaw has published extensively on the DIA’s collections, and has contributed essays and articles to numerous publications and exhibition catalogues.  She has also lectured at various museums in the United States and Japan on the DIA’s collections, and on the private collection of American Art owned by fellow Detroiter Richard A. Manoogian. Recent publications include Calm in the Shadow of the Shadow of the Palmetto & Magnolia: Southern Art from the Charleston Renaissance Gallery (2003), American Paintings in the Detroit Institute of Arts, vol. III (2005), and Spot: Southern Works on Paper (2008).

    In 1998 Shaw moved with her husband, Dr. Danny W. Shaw, to Beaufort, South Carolina, and turned her attention to Southern Art, particularly impressionism, which evolved separately from the North. She has written extensively on such well-known painters as Elliott Daingerfield, as well as more obscure figures like Kelly Fitzpatrick, Lawrence Mazzanovich, Elizabeth Verner, and Bayard Wootten.

    Since relocating to Florida in 2004 Shaw has lectured and published on a wide range of art historical subjects, including Eliel Saarinen and the Cranbrook Academy of Art, the Michigan artist Frederick Frieseke, and Artistic impressions of the Southern landscape.

    The Clyde Burroughs lecture series is generously supported by Frances & Nick Pavlovics.

    • 30 May 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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    Thursday, May 30, 2019
    6 pm | Cocktails
    7 pm | Dinner
    8 pm | Lecture

    Deadline for dinner registration: Monday, May 27, 2019  (to accommodate catering)
    Attendance for lecture only guests available | Pay at the door $15/SC members & students | $20 Non-members

    Frederic Remington
    Jennifer R. Henneman, Assistant Curator, Denver Art Museum

    While Frederic Remington is often thought of as a western character, namely because of the subject matter of his artwork, he was in fact a cosmopolitan New Yorker who socialized with America’s most important artists at the turn of the twentieth century.  This talk will consider his relationship with the American Impressionists, including John Henry Twachtman, Julian Alden Wier, and Childe Hassam, with whom he regularly socialized at the Player’s Club in New York City, and discuss how these artists influenced the development of his artistic technique and philosophy.

    Jennifer R. Henneman, PhD is Assistant Curator at the Petrie Institute of Western American Art at the Denver Art Museum.   Her interdisciplinary transatlantic research, which has taken her from the wilds of the American West to the cosmopolitan streets of London, reflects her own upbringing on a cattle ranch in Montana and her interest in the dominant cultural and artistic spheres of the late Victorian era.  Most recently she co-curated Backstory: Western American Art in Context (March 2016 – February 2017), an exhibition in collaboration with the History Colorado Center that told the story of the West through art and artifact. 

    Jennifer received a PhD in 19th century British and American Art and Visual Culture from the University of Washington, an MA in Non-Western Art History from Richmond, the American International University in London, and BAs in Studio Art and French from Montana State University. During her doctoral degree she completed research fellowships at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, TX, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, WY, and the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas in Austin. Her curatorial and collections experience includes posts at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Morris Graves Foundation, the Henry Art Gallery, and the Victoria and Albert Museum. 

    The Clyde Burroughs lecture series is generously supported by Frances & Nick Pavlovics.

Past events

7 Oct 2018 Chamber Music at the Scarab Club: FAURE PIANO TRIO AND MORE!
7 Oct 2018 Live at the Scarab Club | Detroit Jazz Septet (DJ7)
27 Sep 2018 Burroughs Dinner & Lecture — Grant Wood: American Gothic and Other Fables
16 Aug 2018 KREM & Clay Members' Summer Event
21 Jul 2018 In the Air: SC Plein Air Challenge Exhibition
31 May 2018 Burroughs Dinner & Lecture — John Sloan's American Journey
30 May 2018 Call for Entry: PAPERWORKS
20 May 2018 (SOLD OUT) Live at the Scarab Club: Planet D Nonet presents the music of Buddy & Ella Johnson
13 May 2018 Chamber Music at the Scarab Club - 20th Season Finale!
8 Apr 2018 Chamber Music at the Scarab Club: A Feminine Approach IV
2 Apr 2018 Call for Proposals | SC 2019 Group Exhibitions
1 Apr 2018 Call for Proposals | 2019 Exhibitions
11 Mar 2018 Chamber Music at the Scarab Club: Clarinet & Strings
9 Mar 2018 Interested in Board Service?
8 Mar 2018 Burroughs Dinner & Lecture — Yamasaki in Detroit: A Search for Serenity
28 Feb 2018 "Under" Exhibition Call for Entry
21 Feb 2018 Chamber Music at the Scarab Club: Americans in Paris
11 Feb 2018 Sunday Soiree at the Scarab Club with Rackham Choir
28 Jan 2018 Chamber Music at the Scarab Club: Anthony P. McGlaun, Mozetich & More
9 Dec 2017 104th Annual Boar's Head Dinner
2 Dec 2017 Volunteers Needed for December 2nd Noel Night
30 Nov 2017 The Snowden Exhibition Call for Entry
25 Nov 2017 Members Holiday Gathering
18 Nov 2017 Live at the Scarab Club: RJ Spangler and Friends Celebrate Louis Jordan
9 Nov 2017 Burroughs Dinner & Lecture — Truth and Beauty: American Art in 1862
2 Nov 2017 MAEA Conference Sketch Session
18 Oct 2017 Iyawo Afro-Cuban Dance Classes
15 Oct 2017 Chamber Music at the Scarab Club: Pastorales, Vocalise & More
1 Oct 2017 Live at the Scarab Club: Thelonious Monk at 100
29 Sep 2017 Scarab Club 110th Celebration
28 Sep 2017 Burroughs Dinner & Lecture: Marsden Hartley's Maine
21 Sep 2017 The Regulars’ Table: Olayami Dabls & Julia Solis
23 Jul 2017 Blue Gold: The Alchemy of Indigo
20 Jul 2017 Members' Wine Tasting in the Garden
10 Jul 2017 The SC Plein Air Challenge Exhibition
9 Jul 2017 Sketch Session Sunday 7/09/17
1 Jun 2017 The Ashcan’s Joie de Vivre: Life, Leisure and Detroit | June 1st, 2017
21 May 2017 Live at the Scarab Club: Kings of Kansas City Swing
17 May 2017 2017 Scarab Club Photography Exhibition Call for Entry
13 Mar 2017 2017 Blooms, Bugs, Beasts Call for Entry
2 Mar 2017 Robert Winthrop Chanler: Outrageous American Modernist | March 2, 2017
25 Feb 2017 Mardi Gras Masquerade 2017
9 Feb 2017 SC Member Reception for Corvette Exhibition
25 Jan 2017 Call for Proposals
29 Dec 2016 2017 Silver Medal Call for Entry
18 Dec 2016 CATALOG: American Dreaming — Corvette, 7 Generations & Beyond
7 Dec 2016 103rd Annual Boar's Head Dinner
3 Dec 2016 Volunteers Needed for December 3rd Noel Night
10 Nov 2016 Lighting Up Detroit: Works of the Edward F. Caldwell Company
24 Oct 2016 103rd Gold Medal CFE | Annual Submission
20 Oct 2016 Meet our new Executive Director
29 Sep 2016 Seeking the Spirit of Old Spain: Robert Henri and Spanish Themes
28 Jul 2016 July Member Cooldown
14 Jul 2016 2016 Scarab Club Photography Exhibition Call for Entry
23 Jun 2016 Sketch Session THURSDAY 6/23
9 Jun 2016 Cocktails in the Garden
9 Jun 2016 Volunteers Needed for June 9
12 May 2016 THE ARTISTIC FURNISHINGS OF GEORGE A. SCHASTEY
17 Apr 2016 2016 Blooms, Bugs, Beasts Call for Entry
31 Mar 2016 FROM PANTRY TO PARLOR: THE STILL-LIFE PAINTINGS OF EMIL CARLSEN
25 Feb 2016 HIGHLIGHTS OF AMERICAN ART ON PAPER AT THE DIA COLLECTION
31 Jan 2016 2016 Silver Medal Show Call for Entry
12 Dec 2015 102nd Annual Boar's Head Dinner
1 Dec 2015 Pleyel Piano Fundraiser
29 Nov 2015 Sketch Session SUNDAY 11/29 PM
28 Nov 2015 Sketch Session SATURDAY 11/28 AM
28 Nov 2015 Sketch Session SATURDAY 11/28 PM
26 Nov 2015 Sketch Session THURSDAY 11/26 PM
22 Nov 2015 Sketch Session SUNDAY 11/22 PM
15 Nov 2015 Sketch Session SUNDAY 11/15 PM
14 Nov 2015 Sketch Session SATURDAY 11/14 PM
14 Nov 2015 Sketch Session SATURDAY 11/14 AM
12 Nov 2015 Sketch Session THURSDAY 11/12 PM
8 Nov 2015 Sketch Session SUNDAY 11/8 PM
7 Nov 2015 Rat Pack Party - Annual Costume Ball
7 Nov 2015 Sketch Session SATURDAY 11/7 PM
7 Nov 2015 Sketch Session SATURDAY 11/07 AM
5 Nov 2015 Sketch Session THURSDAY 11/5 PM
5 Nov 2015 DIGGING IN: ALSON SKINNER CLARK AND JONAS LIE’S PANAMA CANAL PAINTINGS
4 Nov 2015 2015 Arts Annual Deadline for entry
4 Nov 2015 2015 Scarab Club Artists Annual
22 Oct 2015 Sketch Session THURSDAY 10/22 PM
17 Oct 2015 Sketch Session SATURDAY 10/17 AM
30 Sep 2015 102nd Gold Medal Exhibition
26 Sep 2015 Sketch Session THURSDAY 9/26 PM
24 Sep 2015 ART AND MONEY: OR THE STORY OF THE GUILDED AGE
19 Sep 2015 Sketch Session THURSDAY 9/19 am
30 Jul 2015 2015 Scarab Club Photography Exhibition Call for Entry
16 Jul 2015 Detroit Is: An Essay In Photographs
11 Jul 2015 Sketch Session SATURDAY - PM 7/11
11 Jul 2015 Pop Up Coffee
9 Jul 2015 Pleyel Piano Fundraiser
27 Jun 2015 Sketch Session SATURDAY PM 6/27
27 Jun 2015 Sketch Session SATURDAY 6/27
25 Jun 2015 Sketch Session THURSDAY 6/25
20 Jun 2015 Cocktails in the Garden
20 Jun 2015 Sketch Session SATURDAY - PM 6/20
20 Jun 2015 Sketch Session SATURDAY - AM 6/20
18 Jun 2015 Sketch Session THURSDAY 6/18
14 Jun 2015 Pilates in the Garden
14 Jun 2015 Yoga in the Garden
11 Jun 2015 Sketch Session THURSDAY 6/11
11 Jun 2015 No Place Like Detroit
4 Jun 2015 Sketch Session THURSDAY 6/4
4 Jun 2015 Storied Windows Richly Dight: Stained Glass in Detroit
31 May 2015 Sketch Session SUNDAY PM - Life Draw -5/31
29 May 2015 Opening Reception Blooms Bugs and Beasts!
20 May 2015 Blooms, Bugs, Beasts Call for Entry
13 May 2015 Pop-Up Cocktail Party May 13, 2015
23 Apr 2015 Pinnacles of Detroit: Steel Skyward
17 Apr 2015 Vote
5 Mar 2015 Valentine Dudensing and Friends (1922 -1948)
22 Jan 2015 Sketch Session - SATURDAY AM - costume - 10am - 1pm
15 Dec 2014 Silver Medal Show Call for Entry
13 Dec 2014 Boar's Head Dinner
6 Nov 2014 Strangely Familiar: American Magic Realist Painting, 1940-65
1 Nov 2014 Gold Medal Show Call for Entry
17 Oct 2014 A Night in Rome: The Annual Masked Ball

The Scarab Club is supported in part by awards from the Kresge Foundation, Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation and the National  Endowment for the Arts.

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