Detroit’s First Outdoor
Saturday, September 15, 12:00pm – 11:00pm
14150 Woodrow Wilson St., Detroit, MI 48238
Celebrating Detroit’s Past, Present and Future
Through the Lens of a Camera
FREE ADMISSION • PHOTO EXHIBITIONS • ARTIST TALKS • ARTS AND CRAFTS • LIVE MUSIC • FOOD TRUCKS • BEER GARDEN
Tribute to Hugh Grannum • Juried Exhibition • Detroit Free Press • Brian Day • Framed by WDET • Jenny Risher • Darkroom Detroit • Clark Park Coalition • Piper Carter • Fixed Position Photography • The 48 HR Experience • Shawn Lee • The Art Institute of Michigan • Gordon Alexander • Capturing Belief • Asia Hamilton • Campaign for Black Male Achievement • Andria Watha • Documenting Detroit • Judi Bommarito • Charles Poole • Photovoice by HOPE Village Residents • Focus: HOPE Excel Photography • Photography projections on the historic Michigan Bell Building!
Photos by mentors, students, and alumni from Focus: HOPE’s 22-year history of photo-based youth development programs.
Focus: On Detroit community partners include: the Detroit Institute of Arts, WDET, Neighborhood Services Organization, The Village of Oakman Manor, and Wellspring Lutheran Services.
Focus: On Detroit is generously funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, as part of its Knight Arts Challenge, with additional funding from Michigan Council for the Arts and Cultural Affairs, National Endowment for the Arts, The Peck Foundation, The Clarence and Jack Himmel Foundation, Christ Church Cranbrook, and Philanthropy Lab Foundation.
For more information about Focus: On Detroit:
Call 313-494-4392 or firstname.lastname@example.org