Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau

Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau
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Motown. Motor City. But there’s another nickname that suits Detroit's character best of all, these days: Renaissance City. Certainly, the past 50 years haven’t always been kind to this once-mighty industrial capital. But while Detroit’s fortunes have risen and fallen, thanks to a startling new surge in Detroit tech, in the arts, in design and in ...

An exhibition that sheds light on the careers of two artists and enlarges the understanding of how some of Rivera’s iconic murals were painted.
A distant view of Diego Rivera (1886-1957) andFrida Kahlo (1907-1954) kissing is an unusual, if apt, photo panel introducing an important exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts; but it also reminds us ...

The Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau is rolling out a new marketing campaign urging metro Detroit to put its best face forward as a surge of new events and visitors comes to the region.
Among them is the so-called Super Bowl of conferences, the American Society of Association Executives event in August, which is expected to bring 6,000 ...

The 2015 North American International Auto Show, which wrapped up recently at Detroit’s Cobo Center and drew more than 800,000 attendees, is just the first big show of many that are headed to the city this year. NAIAS attracted a total of 808,775 attendees at this year’s event, compared with 803,451 who attended last year. “For two weeks, we’ve ...

Detroit takes the title of 'Best Sports Town'Indy, Dallas/Fort Worth, Chicago, Green Bay also topsIn our Readers' Choice contest for Best Sports City, Detroit came out of gate strong and fans of the Lions, Tigers, Red Wings and Pistons - as well as IndyCar followers - stayed competitive. It paid off: Detroit has taken the title as Best Sports City ...