Mosaic Living For The City March 2-4

Music is a world within itself, and Detroit is at its center. For over 20 years, the Mosaic Singers have exemplified Detroit’s musical culture. Mosaic is overjoyed to present their sonorous harmonies, dynamic choreography and youthful passion in a two act concert featuring traditional, classical and contemporary choral music and a tribute to the soulful, spirit filled melodic messages that Stevie Wonder has warmed hearts and minds with for decades. Redford Theatre March 2, 2018 (Student Matinee) 10 AM March 3-4, 2018 (Public Performances) 7 PM Saturday, 4 PM Sunday Matinee To purchase tickets, and for more information, click here.

High Growth Happy Hour With New Economy Initiative (NEI) Spring 2018

NEI’s High Growth Happy Hour event series features talks by entrepreneurs who are scaling companies in southeast Michigan. The spring 2018 season kicks off on Tuesday, February 27, at The Griot Detroit with “A Stake in Our City." Carla Walker-Miller (Walker Miller Energy), Adrienne Bennett (Benkari Mechanical), and Brian McKinney (Gayanga) will discuss the roles black-owned businesses can play in Detroit’s building boom. To RSVP, click here. To view the full spring schedule of High Growth Happy Hour events, click here.

Detroit premiere of Moko Jumbie March 1st

Join us for the Detroit premiere of Moko Jumbie! A new film from Trinidad & Tobago 🎥 $8/person @ Trinosophes1464 Gratiot AvenueDetroit, MI, 48207 For more info click here: https://www.cinemalamont.com/screenings/mokojumbie

Women In Hip Hop Celebrating Women’s History Month Event at The Charles H. Wright Museum March 10th

Culture as Capital: How We use Hip Hop to ReClaim Representations of Women in Media: A critical discussion of community cultural wealth. Lead by Piper Carter & with special guest Mahogany Jones (both co-Founders of We Found Hip Hop: “The Foundation: Celebrating Women in Hip Hop”). Hip Hop's emergence in global cities through multiple, devastating wars (psychological, physical, and cultural) answers and questions global economic restructuring of our communities. This presentation brings together artists, activists and academics to stage new conversations about Women of color and women of color feminisms across Hip Hop's culturalforms. Using Media to address the role, images, and treatment of

Meet International Jazz Artist and Candle Maker: Yancyy at Jo's Gallery

Join Jo's Gallery for a Pre-Valentine's Day Event mixed with art, candles, and music while creating an atmosphere for Love. Yancyy is an International Jazz Saxophonist and the Creator of 100% Soy Candles Yancyy Apparel. Yancyy will be at Jo's up close and personal while promoting his cds and candles. See You There! If there are any questions, please contact Jo's Gallery at 313-864-1401. Ask for Gallery Manager, Mari Byrd. Normal Hours: Mon - Sat 11:00 pm - 6:30 pm Sun 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

7th Annual Dilla Youth Day Feb. 11th

Celebrate the life and legacy of the African American musical producer J. Dilla who was integral in creating Neo-Soul and revolutionized the sound of 90's Hip Hop. Explore S.T.E.A.M. subjects while discovering the dynamic world of hip hop through hands-on activities. Learn to how to lay down a track, write your own rhymes, and much, much more in this music filled, youth-focused day! This event is free and open to the public. For more information please call (313) 494-5800. Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History 315 East Warren Avenue Detroit, Michigan 48201 The Wright Museum® http://TheWright.org/

Featured Posts
Recent Posts
Archive
Search By Tags
Follow Us
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square
  • Google+ Basic Square

© 2013 CITY OF DETROIT

  • Black Facebook Icon
  • Black Twitter Icon