detroit artists

Artists inspired by the city’s ruins walk a fine line between preservation and exploitation.
Move from Brooklyn to Detroit for the cheap rent: get applause. Spend years building your hometown’s arts community: get ignored.
In June of 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered a speech to a throng of 25,000 Detroiters. “I have a dream,” he told
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"Seeing the exhibit, when I walked in -- I felt like I was home," he said at last week's opening event. "That's the Detroit
"Imaginary Landscape," 2006, acrylic on canvas, 48 x 60 inches. Oakland University Art Gallery. The family plans to hold
They come to take part in the dream of turning what's ordinary into greatness, to turn an abandoned school gym into an environment for creativity, collaboration, and inspiration. If that isn't art, I don't know what is.
Now please, dear Detroit, let me say at the outset that I totally fell in love with you. I wish only good things for you. My love is pure, but like a mother's love, it comes with some critical feedback.
Behind The Scenes At Red Bull House Of Art In Detroit
White, who has played at the Masonic in the past, has a special connection to the venue, where his mother worked as an usher
Detroit is functioning, excelling and overachieving in ways that do not have precedent anywhere else on Earth, and therefore it is profoundly difficult to recognize for those stuck in old paradigms, dreaming of resurrection and emerald cities.
My Detroit is a series of Q&A profiles with our favorite denizens in and around the D. Ara Howrani had some big shoes to
Motor City Muckraker reports the house was one of an estimated 20 homes bought at the auction destroyed by the Michigan Land
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When the house known as Lefty at the Imagination Station was set on fire, it struck a blow to a countless volunteers and artists, but a little over a week later, volunteer power has restored some sense of order.