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Halal MetropolisCleary University3750 Cleary Dr. Howell, MI 48843
The Halal Metropolis exhibition — which examines Muslim visibility through the lens of art, culture, fashion, music, and sport — runs through Dec. 20 at the Arthur Secunda Museum at
The Halal Metropolis exhibition — which examines Muslim visibility through the lens of art, culture, fashion, music, and sport — runs through Dec. 20 at the Arthur Secunda Museum at Cleary University.
This is the third stop out of six for the exhibit, which explores the culture of the Muslim population in SE Michigan. Previous stops have been in Detroit and Hamtramck.
Two special events around the exhibit are scheduled. The Halal Metropolis Exhibition Opening Night event is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 8, featuring a special performance by Sufi women from a spiritual community in Fenton; a panel discussion on Muslim visibility is set for 1-3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21.