Anne Marie Sumner
February 17, 8:30am - 10:00am EST. Hosted at Scarab Club
part of a series on Moments
About the speaker
Ali Lapetina is a photographer and educator based in Detroit, Michigan. Her work explores stories of transition - focusing on immigrant and refugee integration and longtime residents living within a post-industrial city. Ali graduated from the College for Creative Studies in 2013 with a BFA in Photography and a minor in Advertising Design. She is the founder of Women of Banglatown, an all women’s community space offering free art activities for young girls and income generating activities for Bengali women in Detroit. Ali has been commissioned by National Geographic, New York Times, and Le Monde among others. Her body of work “A Home Abroad” is currently being exhibited at Hatch Art in Hamtramck, Michigan.
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The Scarab Club is a non‐profit organization of and for artists, arts lovers and art supporters, housed in a nationally preserved historic building in the heart of Midtown Detroit’s Arts Center. The Scarab Club has been supporting contemporary art in Detroit since its founding in 1907.
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As always - our doors will open and breakfast snacks and coffee will be ready at 8:30am with our talk starting at 9am.
Please arrive early - there are a few spaces available in the Scarab Club parking lot as well as metered street parking. The DIA lot is also nearby for $7.
Our talk will be held on the second floor of the Scarab Club - please enter through the main door and you will immediately see our check-in station and the staircase to your left! Please feel free to browse the lower level gallery before or after.