Upcoming Exhibitions

Framed by WDET combines the art of photography and public radio journalism to present the voices of these communities through a series of audio-visual installations throughout metro Detroit.

Jan. 18 – Feb. 5


Hummus Heartland

An audio-visual exhibition about food, family and our region’s shared humanity.


Viewing Hours

Saturday, Jan. 21 from 2 – 5 pm


Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 28 – 30 from 11 am – 4 pm

During New Weird America coffee pop up hours


Sunday, Feb. 5 from 3:30 – 6 pm


Hummus Heartland is a collection of stories about Detroit’s ubiquitous Middle-Eastern food culture. Radio producer Zak Rosen and photographer Marvin Shaouni join forces to tell intimate stories united by the iconic, delicious food staple – hummus.

Thousands of metro Detroiters trace their descent to the Middle East. Prepare to experience the sounds, images, reflections, and recipes that unite our diverse region.

The exhibition is currently installed at Bank Suey in Hamtramck, only blocks away from where some of the stories take place.

Previous Locations & Art Spaces

Additionally, this project seeks to invest in the local art system by providing artists and storytellers with creative work and builds awareness of Detroit’s art spaces.