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'SERIOUS MOONLIGHT 2003'
Benefit Gala: This year's 'SERIOUS MOONLIGHT 2003', which you can join in on, takes place on July 19th. 'SERIOUS MOONLIGHT 2003' is an outdoor gala benefitting the Cranbrook Art Academy and Art Museum. For Tickets and Information call 248.645.3144 or simply click this link: Serious Moonlight 2003 Web Site

And, if you ever needed a reason to attend 'SERIOUS MOONLIGHT 2003', just know that the attendee can also tour the brand new Bruce Springsteen 'Troubadour of the Highway' exhibit while enjoying the fine food, drinks, fashion show, music, dance, and ongoing silent auction that will be held that night. But let's not forget the ambience of the evening under the moonlight on the beautiful grounds of Cranbrook itself!

Cranbrook Art Museum, located at 39221 Woodward Avenue in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, is a non-profit contemporary art museum. Museum hours are Tuesday-Sunday 11am-5pm, Fourth Fridays of each month from 11am-9pm. Admission is free for members; $6 general public; $4 students and seniors; children 12 and under are free. For more information, please call 1-877-GO-CRANBROOK or visit the website at Cranbrook Education Web Site

Exhibition: Nominated for five Grammy Awards this year, Bruce Springsteen is the subject of a groundbreaking exhibition at Cranbrook Art Museum to open on Saturday, June 7, 2003. 'Springsteen - Troubadour of the Highway' is the first major exhibition devoted to this rock ‘n’ roll legend whose Grammy nominations included Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Male Rock Vocal Performance, Best Rock Song and Best Rock Album.

Cranbrook Art Museum’s multi-media exhibition explores Springsteen’s use of cars and highways as motifs in his music and in related visual imagery. Curated by the Weisman Art Museum in Minneapolis, Minnesota, this traveling exhibition includes over 70 photographs by artists Annie Liebovitz, Pamela Springsteen, David Gahr, and among others, Frank Stefanko.





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