THE ARTS AND CRAFTS IN DETROIT
The Arts and Crafts Society of Detroit announces a series of special exhibitions occupying the season from September to May. The first will consist of work in silver by George Gebelein and James T. Woolley, both silversmiths of Boston; the next will be of jewelry by Miss Elizabeth Copeland, Miss Grace Hazen, Frank Gardner Hale, Miss Ethel Lloyd, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Belmont Dixon. Throughout November and December the display will be varied, but in January an exhibition of photography, arranged through the courtesy of Mr. Alfred Steiglitz, President of the Photo Secession, will be held. In February a collection of book plates, ancient and modern, will be shown; in March the reticelli or Italian cut work, basketry, and hooked-rugs produced by the Peterborough Handicraft workers; in April and May country house furnishings, stenciled fabrics, garden pottery and the like. Under the auspices of this Society Mr. Walter Sargent, of the University of Chicago, will give a course of five lectures on art in Detroit, beginning in January.
Source: Art and Progress - December 1910