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This week’s #ArtistOfTheWeek is Danan Thomas, a visual storyteller and content developer, focused in the realm of street and lifestyle photography. As owner of IPS Visuals, Thomas captures striking imagery throughout Detroit and beyond of everyday life, architecture and people from all walks with regal and raw...
This week’s #ArtistOfTheWeek is Mi’Ele Booker. Booker is a creative storyteller from Detroit who is reinventing herself as a creative. Booker uses digital and graphic media to tell her own stories that she hopes can inspire others. Using her own poetry in her work,...
On October 6, Meijer will be opening up the Rivertown Market Detroit, their latest venture in their campaign to create sustainable neighborhood grocery store-style locations. It will serve Lafayette Park neighborhood with fresh and prepared foods and is partnering with local brands such as Great Lakes Coffee...
This week’s #ArtistOfTheWeek is Mariah Mitchell. Mariah is an up-and-coming Detroit artist and author who hopes her art can be an inspiration. Though she started with animation, Mariah has branched out to portrait work and metal art. Her published books are available on Amazon...
DLECTRICITY returns tonight to Detroit, flooding downtown streets with color, light, motion and sound with installations created by local creatives that often double as works of art and engineering marvels.  Stephanie Dinkins is one of those creatives lending her unique vision to the artscape...
This week’s #ArtistOfTheWeek is Waleed Johnson. Johnson is an artist and muralist who seeks to give a voice to the unheard. Johnson raises up minorities and those with mental health issues through his work to uplift them and to spark dialogue through the themes...
Eclectic is the best way to describe Detroit singer/songwriter Monica Blaire. Classical training in the arts helped develop her skills as a writer and choreographer, but hip-hop music became her passion, and these influences collided to make her a truly unique talent.  The DIA
Summer is time to step out and enjoy all the fun things happening in Michigan. With restrictions lifted, it means that many of the events and festivals that you love are returning to host you once again. There are plenty of ways to enjoy...
Morgan Bouldes
The recent Cranbrook Art Academy graduate says she wants to awaken something within viewers of her work.
Mosaic Youth Theatre
This former theater kid now helms a youth development organization that preaches the power of creative arts – and of finding your voice.
Rashaun Rucker
The printmaker, photographer and illustrator says it’s all about the narrative.
The pair have collaborated on a collection of vintage-inspired skirts and dresses.
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