Celebrate Black History Month

Highlighting events from The Detroit Institute of Arts to the Charles H. Wright Museum and more.
Black History Month is upon us, and MiWarren has outlined a number of different ways you can celebrate in Warren throughout the month of February.

The Detroit Institute of Arts is welcoming everyone to its virtual programs during its Black History Month 2021 programming.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, for the first time, the museum’s annual Black History Month programs will be online. For the entire month of February, the DIA will present music, storytelling, artists, local chefs, and more. Here is a list of just a few virtual events being offered virtually:

Saturday, Feb 6
11 a.m. I ❤ My Blackness & Yours: Celebrating Black Photographers
DFT streaming // Unapologetic

Sunday, Feb 7
2 p.m. The Black Body’s Connection to its Environments
DFT streaming – Unapologetic

Wednesday, Feb 10
6:30 p.m. Fish with Chef Max Hardy and Mixologist Meanie Mack

Thursday, Feb 11
1 p.m. African Art (for seniors)

Saturday, Feb 13
11 a.m. I ❤ My Blackness & Yours: Celebrating Black Photographers
Streaming Hale County This Morning, This Evening

Sunday, Feb 14
11 a.m. The Art of Business (Virtual) Panel
Streaming Hale County This Morning, This Evening

Wednesday, Feb 17
6:30 p.m. Poultry with Chef Angela Michelle and Mixologist Devan Clark

Thursday, Feb 18
1 p.m. African American Art (for seniors)

Friday, Feb 19 – Sunday, Feb 21
Streaming Nationtime

Wednesday, Feb 24
6:30 p.m. Vegetarian with Chef Ederique Goudia and Mixologist Randall Coats

For more information on these events, go to https://www.dia.org/blackhistorymonth

The Charles H. Wright Museum has launched its new Mobile Gallery Guide. Beginning February 1st, this new gallery allows users to browse digital exhibitions in the museum’s collection. Featured exhibitions include: Ibrahim Mahama, In Between the World and Dreams. And Voting Matters: African Americans and the Vote.
For more information on the mobile gallery go to