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Arts and the Public Good: The Resilience of Creativity and Community in Detroit

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When

Thursday, June 24, 2021
4:00 – 5:30 pm

Where

Virtual Event

Details

Lecture / Discussion
Open to the public
Free of charge

RSVP Required.

This inter­ac­tive U‑M Arts Ini­tia­tive event focuses on the ways that the Visual Arts in our region have per­se­vered and even thrived dur­ing the COVID-19 pandemic.

Musi­cians, actors, artists, and insti­tu­tions have had their abil­ity to prac­tice, per­form and exhibit severely impeded by the COVID-19 pan­demic. Despite the chal­lenges, many have devel­oped cre­ative ways to stay active with their craft and engage the com­mu­nity. Join us for an inter­ac­tive dis­cus­sion via Zoom of the var­i­ous ways artists and insti­tu­tions in the Detroit area have per­se­vered and even thrived dur­ing the COVID-19 pan­demic. This will be the first of a two-part Town Hall focus­ing on both the Visual and the Per­form­ing Arts. 

Mod­er­a­tor: Mary­rose Flani­gan, exec­u­tive direc­tor of the Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities. 

This event is orga­nized by the U‑M Arts Ini­tia­tive in part­ner­ship with the Detroit Cen­ter, a2ru, the Carr Cen­ter, and Con­cert of Colors.


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