DETROIT, MICH (WXYZ) - It's being called "Slow Art Day."
No, it doesn't mean this is about art that is slow. The idea is that you slow down to look at it. Don't just give it a quick glance and walk past it.
This is a worldwide event and the concept is being furthered by local gallery Kunsthalle Detroit. You'll be able to see the works of Tim White-Sobieski with the presentation "Stainless Steel."
This exhibit makes use of two mediums: cleverly lighted and highly polished stainless steel sculptures and video. The end result is to grab your attention with the different angles and reflected objects.
The event is Saturday, April 27th, and you can see the art beginning at 11:00 AM until 1:00 PM. Then, there will be lunch, at which time a gourmet brown bag lunch is also available.
You can register and get more information by going to: http:// slowartkd2013.eventbrite.com/
The hope is that you will experience art in a new way.
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