Monday on One Detroit:
- DSO & Interlochen: Detroit Symphony Orchestra joins Interlochen online for virtual arts camp, June 28 to July 19. DSO musicians will mentor young Interlochen artists through virtual orchestral repertoire workshops and more as part of the newly launched Interlochen Online.
- Botanical Installations Around Detroit: Lisa Waud is a talented botanical artist. Her botanical installations include large-scale, multi-sensory, immersive works utilize living plants and cut flowers. She has done floral arrangements for the set of Jimmy Fallon and music videos. Lisa’s recent project is Big Flower Friend. The goal with Big Flower Friend is to raise money for Michigan flower farmers. The weekly floral installations take place in open-space outdoor in intriguing places in Detroit.
- The Wretched Movie: With drive-ins open and nothing but independent films to fill their screens, Brett and Drew Pierce’s Traverse-City shot horror film “The Wretched” became the unlikely #1 box-office hit in America. The Pierce Brothers—from Royal Oak, now based in L.A.—talked to One Detroit’s Chris Jordan about channeling their Michigan roots into the film, and what it has been like to see their labor of love become the first five-week #1 film since Black Panther.
- When Metal Speaks: Meet Virgil Taylor, who works with metal to make wearable art with influences from ancient Middle East and African cultures. Originally featured on Detroit Performs.
- Ending Performance: Michigan Opera Theatre Children’s Chorus recently performed its first-ever digital opera, The Very Last Green Thing. The unique performance is made up of more than 400 video submissions by 44 participants of students and parents. It is part of MOT’s new child-focused “MOT Learns at Home” program within their “MOT at Home” digital campaign.
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