Tonight on One Detroit:

  • Interlochen Center for the Arts
    Interlochen Center for the Arts celebrates the culmination of a monumental 30 year campus master plan with performances from over a dozen students. Christy McDonald talks to the President of Interlochen, Trey Devey, about the 16 facility projects that have helped the school evolve from a summer only, music only organization in 1990 to the year-round multidisciplinary global arts and education institution they are today.
  • TRIPTYCH: Stronger Together
    Irwin House Gallery in Detroit hosts the exhibition TRIPTYCH: Stronger Together where artist Jonathan Harris shows his own work and introduces emerging local artists Crystal Starks-Webb and Terrell Jahaun Anglin. Bill Kubota speaks to the three artists and the gallery director of Irwin House, Misha McGlown.
  • Cinecyde
    Detroit’s first punk band, Cinecyde, formed in the mid-70’s and is still making music today. One Detroit editor Chris Jordan caught up with the band to talk about the epic music they have given the punk scene over the years.
  •  Sabrina Nelson “Molting”
    Sabrina Nelson’s moving performance of “Molting” for Detroit Performs: Live From Marygrove.

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