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This spring, French conductor Fabien Gabel returns to Orchestra Hall with Salome’s Seduction– a concert that brings a nostalgic remembrance of the French-infused programs curated by former DSO Music Director Paul Paray in the 1950s and 60s.
Following a season of CUBE|Digital performances, and outdoor iterations of Cube programming, the synergy re-emerges in The Cube this month with a cross-genre lineup sure to reunite and entertain arts enthusiasts eager for more dynamic, in-person events.
The drop-in and asset-based center provides a hand up and nurturing environment for youth and young adults transitioning from homelessness.
In the hours that transition from sun to moon, Olivia Guterson’s artistic persona, Midnight Olive, emerges. For this interdisciplinary artist, the night welcomes freedom to be in conversation with herself and to respond to the observations and questions conjured throughout the day.
A U.S. Navy veteran and a graphic designer walked into a coffee shop, then a nonprofit was born to serve, create and heal.
The Womxnhouse Detroit art installation is located in childhood home of artist and curator Asia Hamilton, who comments on what it means to be a woman in America.
There’s a mysterious but exciting energy in the images created by Precious Johnson-Arabitg, known artistically as VODKASERENGETI. Her performance-based compositions have a strong and fearless nature that arrest the eyes at a glance and draw the observer into the scene.
Detroit rapper and Knight Arts Challenge winner, Nique Love Rhodes talks about how music opened new opportunities to help change the community around her for the better.
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New Art Installation at Norwest Gallery of Art Uses Floral Design, Nature as Pathways Toward Healing
After the loss of her mother and father and battling COVID-19, owner and chief curator Asia Hamilton found solace in nature and wanted to bring that experience to Detroit.
Souls of Black Folk: Bearing Our Truths is a looking glass for not only a deep dive into W.E.B. DuBois’ philosophy but that of Black life as narrated by Black visual artists. The exhibition is on view at Scarab Club in Detroit through March 20.
“Souls of Black Folk: Bearing Our Truth” at the Scarab Club is a collection of works by African-American artists based on the essays from W.E.B. DuBois’ “Souls of Black Folk” from 1903 that focused on the dual identity of being Black and American.