BUSINESS HOURS

Wasserman Projects, its staff, and artists are committed to the health and safety of our audience. In accordance with state guidelines, many restrictions have been lifted however given the uncertainties presented by coronavirus (COVID-19), we are implementing a slow and careful process in re-opening our doors to the public.

Starting June 18th we will begin accepting in-person visits in groups of no more than 4 persons (or single household). Registration is required and all parties must agree to adhere to posted safety and conduct guidelines, included but not limited to: wearing a mask at all times during your visit, following social distancing protocols / distance markers, and to stay home if you are experiencing any COVID-19 related symptoms. Visits will be limited to strict 1 hour duration to allow for full sanitization and open air flow between visits. Complete guidelines are listed in the registration link below.

For those unable or not yet comfortable with visiting in-person you can still register with the option to defer to a private virtual tour during your selected time slot via same registration link below. Please note, as we carefully monitor the situation, we may reduce or increase the number of private viewing times available at our sole discretion. Regular hours remain suspended until further notice and our staff will continue to be available via email.

Please continue to stay safe and healthy!

ONLINE PROGRAMS

DIGITAL ART FAIR

Wasserman Projects is proud to announce our participation in @ArtMileDetroit, a new citywide digital art exhibition that champions Detroit’s vibrant and diverse arts community by promoting public programs and online acquisitions. Taking place July 29 – August 5, Art Mile will feature nearly 60 of Detroit’s local art galleries, institutional non-profits, museums and artist-run spaces. Visit ArtMileDetroit.com for updates and more information.

ONLINE VIEWING GALLERY

While Wasserman Projects remains closed for the health and safety of our patrons, we are pleased to share Dorota & Steve Coy’s “The Five Realms” and Adrian Wong’s “Tiles, Grates, Poles, Rocks, Plants, and Veggies” on Artsy with a complete inventory of works and installation views from the exhibitions.

Photography credit and special thanks to PD Rearick.

GUIDED VIDEO EXHIBITION TOURS

Thanks to all of you who joined us for a streamed video walk-through of our current exhibitions: Dorota & Steve Coy’s “The Five Realms” and Adrian Wong’s “Tiles, Grates, Poles, Rocks, Plants, and Veggies” – Guided by Director + Curator, Alison Wong with Artists, Dorota + Steve Coy + Adrian Wong. Please contact us if you are interested in co-hosting a private Zoom event for your organization or among friends and family!

COVID-19 SUPPORT

MI LOCAL BIZ SUPPORT GRANT 

Ended July 8th, 2020 – We were able to successfully reach our goal! 

Thanks to Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) and Patronicity for selecting Wasserman Projects for this opportunity.

Our campaign proceeds will offer much needed support for our artists + audiences as we transition to in-person interaction. This fundraiser will facilitate the production of catalogues for our current exhibition, new digital materials, and help us to maintain a high level of future programming.

We’d like to thank all who contributed to help us rebuild, strengthen, and ensure the safety of future exhibitions, community events, and programming. Each donation came with great rewards at every level and was matched by Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC). Thanks for your continued support!

BENEFIT SALE – GLEANERS

Ended June 1st, 2020 – Thank you all for your support!

In our continued commitment to support our community, Wasserman Projects along with our featured artists, Dorota & Steve Coy (Detroit, MI) and Adrian Wong (Chicago, IL) have donated 10% of all sales from their current exhibition through June 1st, 2020, to Gleaners Food Bank.

Gleaners has been serving Southeast Michigan since 1977 – providing our residents with access to sufficient, nutritious food, and related resources. During this critical time, among school and business closures, access to food is more meaningful than ever. We hope you will help us raise awareness and funding to support Gleaners’ important efforts to serve those affected at this time. Proceeds will support the team at Gleaners, who have been working tirelessly to host new drive-up mobile food distribution sites, pack emergency boxes, continue to provide food through School Food Mobiles, and their vast network of partner agencies.

Our current exhibition includes over 100 individual works available for purchase, ranging from $75 – $50,000. Please contact us info@wassermanprojects.com for a full catalogue or if you have any questions.

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