Artistry of Donald Calloway: A Monts Hall Exhibition

by | Jan 3, 2015

Experience the works of acclaimed visual artist Donald Calloway at the University of Michigan Detroit Center, January 16 – February 7, 2015 with the exhibition “The Artistry of Donald Calloway.”

Located in the Lester P. Monts Hall, “Artistry” features an eclectic group of Calloway’s paintings and sculptures. An opening reception and program for this exhibition is scheduled for January 16 from 5-9 p.m. with a lecture by Mr. Calloway discussing his art and philosophy followed by Q&A session with the audience. A closing reception with the artist in attendance will occur on Saturday, February 14, from 12-5 p.m.

Both receptions are open to the general public and includes complimentary admission, parking and light refreshments.

About the Artist:

Donald Calloway is a native Detroiter with deep ties to the artistic world. With a career spanning nearly three decades, the painter/sculpture is a well-respected member of Detroit’s art community. The winner of the Plowshares Theatre Company Sankofa Arts Award, Calloway’s work has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions with such organizations as the Arts Extended Gallery, Delta Sigma Theta, Liberal Arts Gallery, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, and National Conference of Artists Gallery. Most recently, his work was showcased at the 2014 Palmer Park Art Fair.

For more information, please contact the Detroit Center: (313) 593-3584 or