• In celebration of his architecture firm turing 125 years old, we remember Albert Kahn through Detroit Designs The World.
  • Will Glover talks with Jenenne Whitfield about how the Heidelberg Project has fared during the pandemic. 
  • Aaron Dworkin and “Art for life’s sake…which is about welcoming and understanding and creating that cultural artistic ecosystem of people in your community, and whether community is in your local region or around your country, it’s a different kind of conversation you are going to have.” Deborah Rutter, President of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts speaks to the role of arts in the nation.
  • Marygrove Performance – “Could You Love Me” by folk artist Matt Watroba from the Album “Common Chords”

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