Venus puts on a show - TONIGHT!

If the skies are clear tonight, there’s something you might enjoy seeing about an hour after sunset. The planet Venus seems to join the Pleiades.

 

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Rooms to Infinity

Yayoi Kusama creates spaces that take viewers out of this world.

 

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Speaker Series

Respected artists, designers, and innovators from a broad spectrum of fields conduct public lectures and engage with the community. Streamed live every Friday at 8pm ET.

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Sunday Brunch Music Series

Detroit Public TV and WRCJ 90.9 FM invite you to a new series of online concerts Sundays at 11 a.m. You also can enjoy recorded performances -- online and for free.

 

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Van Gogh DTW

In 1922, our Detroit Institute of Arts became the first American museum to purchase a painting by Vincent van Gogh. And we're still pushing the envelope of greatness.

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Detroit PBS Kids Resources

Find ideas for learning and fun, such as ways to make flowers glow.

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Venus puts on a show TONIGHT
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If the skies are clear, there’s something you might enjoy seeing about an hour after…

Rooms to Infinity
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Yayoi Kusama creates spaces that take viewers out of this world. The Japanese artist calls…

Huskies Astronomy…now online
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Time is relative, Albert Einstein once observed. How it goes by is a matter of…

Medtronic Makes Ventilator Plans Public
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Medtronic, the manufacturer of hospital ventilators and respirators, has made available its design of the PB-560…

Remembering…Bob Allison
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Please join us — Detroit Public Televsion, WRCJ 90.9 FM, Detroit Performs, and a great…

Van Gogh DTW
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In 1922, our Detroit Institute of Arts became the first museum in America to purchase…

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