See “Accidental Mummies” for Less with Dodge

Dodge has a proud history of supporting cultural and educational community activities, sponsoring exhibits like “Splendors of Ancient Egypt,” “Van Gogh: Face to Face,” and “On the Edge: Contemporary Art.” This year, the company brought the very cool exhibit “Accidental Mummies of Guanajuato” to the Detroit Science Center. The 10,000 square-foot exhibition space showcases 36 mummies on loan from the Museo de las Momias de Guanajuato in the city of Guanajuato, Mexico, giving a fascinating look into a mysterious natural mummification process that no one fully understands —…

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See “Accidental Mummies” for Less with Dodge

Ralph Gilles Gives You a Guided Tour of NAIAS

Whether you can’t make it to Detroit for the North American International Auto Show or simply want to get fired up before it opens to the public on Saturday, you don’t want to miss this walk-through guided by Dodge President & CEO Ralph Gilles. In it Gilles not only gushes about the layout, design, and his personal favorite baby, the Viper ACR, he also shows off a new Caliber and Detonator Nitro, a Plum Crazy Challenger, and reveals the next high-impact color: Furious Fuchsia. “I think it will…

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Ralph Gilles Gives You a Guided Tour of NAIAS

Sculpting Speed: Auto Art by Tony Sikorski

Tony Sikorski is an award-winning artist with a penchant for cars — particularly, 1930s Formula 1 and vintage racing vehicles. His career began back in the ‘60s, but it wasn’t until 1995 that he started creating the one-of-a-kind automobile sculptures that would make him famous. At first, he worked solely in corrugated cardboard, later adding more durable wood and stainless steel to his materials list. Capturing the power, speed, and motion of vehicles in action, Sikorski’s stylized automotive sculptures have been displayed at several invitational…

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Sculpting Speed: Auto Art by Tony Sikorski