Sunday, February 3, 2008

Monoogian Visual Resource Center, Wayne State

It looked interesting inside too, but it was closed. This is on the
Wayne State Campus in Detroit's Cultural District. Click iamges to
view larger.

12 comments:

Gwyn said...

I agree the architecture is very interesting. I would love to take a peek inside. Keep up the great photos.
Gwyn
http://juneaudailyphoto.blogspot.com

Lady Demeter said...

wow, that's really interesting!
I love the red/white contrast =)

Jim said...

I hate to sound dumb, but what is a visual resource center?

Clarice said...

Weird but wonderful.

Marie said...

Do you know what they do inside ? :-))

I like the statue.

Anonymous said...

Is it like a film archive? I also like the statue, she has airy instead of hairy armpits!

bluerose9062 said...

I'm still giggling about Anonymous' comment.

I just came across your comment about leaving me an award here on this blog. I'm so sorry I'm so far behind. I couldn't find the post, but I've enjoyed looking at all your other posts. Your photography definitely tells a story about Detroit.

R&R in The Netherlands said...

Cool building, nice to see the arts department in new digs.

kunal bhatia said...

the red canopy-like structures seem quite interesting...
- Mindless Mumbai

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thank you all for your comments and questions.

I've been working on adopting PB and on my novel and on a poetry manuscript, so I am way behind on comments and commenting.

I hope you will all be patient, because right this minute, I don't have enough time to visit everyone.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I don't know what a visual resource center is, and i have never been inside. If I am down there when the building is open, I will try to find out.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

LOL! Airy and hairy is pretty funnY! Good one! :-D