Three of the four operas premiering during the Detroit Opera’s 2023-24 season are making their debut in Detroit for the first time. Detroit Opera Music Director Roberto Kalb talks about the four upcoming operas slated for the 2023-24 season and the Opera’s efforts to champion diversity through its contemporary approaches.
It’s finally fall, and Detroit has a lot of fun activities to offer. Check out more than 70 films by African American filmmakers at the Detroit Black Film Festival; Grab some warm cider and donuts at the Great Fall Festival; or celebrate the end of another successful Detroit Month of Design. Check out eight exciting fall events happening around metro Detroit on “One Detroit Weekend.”
The contentious issue of books bans has taken center stage across the nation, and in Michigan it’s no different. Learn how libraries across metro Detroit have been impacted by book bans and where Michigan stands on the issue. Plus, a local parent shares her thoughts on literary censorship in schools, and more information on the Michigan Library Association’s Right to Read initiative.
One Detroit’s Elizabeth Stewart learns how libraries across metro Detroit have been impacted by book bans. Detroit Opera Music Director Roberto Kalb talks about the four upcoming operas slated for the 2023-24 season. Detroit-based artist and designer Mike Han presents his debut solo exhibition as part of Design Core Detroit’s 13th annual Detroit Month of Design. Plus, “One Detroit Weekend.”
Detroit-based designer and artist Mike Han presents his debut solo exhibition during Design Core Detroit’s 13th annual Detroit Month of Design. Han’s inaugural solo exhibit, titled “Mike Han: United by Design,” takes people on a captivating exploration of his creative practice, which is infused with Korean techniques, graffiti inspiration, and modern design elements. The exhibit runs through Sept. 30 at Playground Detroit.
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The “Black Church in Detroit” series examines how the latest technology trends are shaping the present and future of the Black Church. Two Detroit pastors delve into the thought-provoking realm of artificial intelligence. Plus, in recognition of Suicide Prevention Month in September, Caleb’s Kids Founder and CEO Kiesha Jackson shares her mission to help middle and high school students with mental health struggles.
The historic United Auto Workers strike against Detroit’s Big Three automakers. Do Michiganders under the age of 30 plan to stay in the state? Little Amal visits Metro Detroit. Eight things to do this weekend in and around the city.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? You can check out Detroit After Dark as part of Detroit Month of Design, take your young ones to Disney on Ice: Find Your Hero, or hear Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Live in Concert at the Fisher Theater. See what’s happening in and around Detroit on “One Detroit Weekend.”
A 12-foot puppet of 10-year-old Syrian refugee girl “Little Amal” visits Detroit on her 6,000 mile Walk Across America, bringing attention to human rights and persecution.
The Detroit Regional Chamber and Business Leaders for Michigan’s recent survey polls whether Michiganders under the age of 30 think they will remaining in the state over the next decade.
The United Auto Workers union is using a new approach to walking out, called a ‘standup strike,’ and it is striking all three companies at once.
The University of Michigan Ford School of Public Policy presents US Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo, will reflects on economic growth, innovation, and American competitiveness. She is joined by Professor of public policy and economics Betsey Stevenson.