Neighborhood and community-based arts organizations across Southeast Michigan received funding as part of a Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation program to support their work.
Arts & Culture
Where’s the love for Hart Plaza? Detroit reimagines a riverfront icon
The city’s $18 million agenda looks to repair, revive and rekindle the love for the 14-acre riverfront park.
Detroit native Jemele Hill talks struggles, gratitude during book tour stop
Hill, a Mumford High School graduate and former ESPN reporter, writes about growing up in poverty, addiction in her family and her high-profile departure from the television network.
Detroit jazz legacy on display with museum exhibit of national greats
The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History is showcasing Detroit’s jazz greats alongside a national exhibit of artists from across the country.
‘Lessons learned’ after Detroit neighborhood grants miss most groups
Majority of the block clubs and community organizations to apply for the first round of Detroit’s $2.3M Neighborhood Beautification Program weren’t eligible for grants.
Elite street art: Detroit wants to become ‘the Mural City’
The City of Detroit is highlighting artists and helping connect them to mural projects.
One Detroit Arts & Culture – Detroit’s punk rock history, Underground Railroad art exhibit, Comedian Brett Mercer
One Detroit producer Chris Jordan takes viewers back to the two-day punk rock festival to learn more about the origins of Detroit’s punk rock history and how it continues to evolve.