Detroit Fine Arts Breakfast Club

The Robert and Mary Ann Bury Community Gallery is a changing exhibition space made available to local historical societies, museums, non-profit organizations and educational institutions, selected for their contributions to the metro Detroit community. Organizations are featured in order to share their stories and provide new perspectives on the issues, ideas and individuals that have shaped our region’s rich history.

It was officially renamed as a tribute to retiring long-time Executive Director Bob Bury and dedicated in a ceremony on November 1, 2018.   

Our Community Gallery program received the 2020 Leadership in History Award from the American Association for State and Local History! Learn more

 

OPEN THROUGH OCTOBER 9, 2022 in the Robert and Mary Ann Bury Community Gallery

Detroit Fine Arts Breakfast Club

The Detroit Fine Arts Breakfast Club has been meeting since 2009, when it was founded by two friends who enjoyed talking about art over breakfast at Noni’s Sherwood Grille in Detroit’s Sherwood Forest neighborhood. Featuring over 100 works by artists from the Club, the new Detroit Fine Arts Breakfast Club exhibition traces the group's impact on the city’s art community and show how it continues to evolve after 13 years.

See works in a range of styles and mediums, including paintings, photographs, fiber art, mixed-media pieces and sculpture. All of the artists are local to the Detroit area, and some are displaying their work for the first time. Since the pieces were all created in the last few years, visitors will get a contemporary glimpse of the city’s art scene, its up-and-coming creators and their perspectives. Some pieces are also available for purchase directly from the artists.