FORWARD ARTS

EMERGING ARTS LEADERS UPDATES
05.18.15

A lot is happening with our Emerging Arts Leaders Detroit program. Which makes sense because our Steering Committee ROCKS. Here are the main digs:

  • We've launched the first ever survey of emerging arts managers in the Detroit area. By completing it, you are doing a major service for the arts​, ​​and support​ing​ and creat​ing​ a platform for emerging arts leaders in Detroit. Please take 5 minutes to fill it out: http://goo.gl/forms/bkUTLdQJpr​.

  • Come out to our Happy Hour Tuesday, June 2​ from 5:30-7:30​ at H​ello​ Records​ and D​itto​D​itto​​ in Corktown,​ with guest​ speaker​ Simone DeSousa, Owner of Simone DeSousa Gallery. We'll be outdoors if the weather permits!

  • Save the Date! EALD's 2nd major initiative takes place on Saturday, August 15th from 11AM-3PM, Break & Build | Breaking Down Barriers & Building Detroit’s Cultural Landscape. Break and Build is an opportunity for Detroit's cultural network to collaboratively brainstorm about what support structures would benefit them as a whole, and set up the framework to build a stronger collective future. This activity is supported by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.


ARTIST, ART ORGANIZATION, & CULTURAL WORKER RESOURCE HAPPY HOUR
05.01.15

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On May 7th, Forward Arts is partnering with Allied Media Projects, Fractured Atlas, Network of Ensemble Theaters, and Sidewalk Festival of Performing Arts for some wine, food, conversation, and artist resources! Come out to MotorCity Wine and find out more about our artist, art organization, and art administrator services we provide, and meet other Detroit artists and experts in the field that can help your art succeed. Hope to see you there!


FORWARD ARTS BECOMES DETROIT ELECTRONIC QUARTERLY EDITOR!
03.30.15

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Forward Arts is very happy to announce we'll be pulling Editorial and consulting duties for Detroit Electronic Quarterly! Make sure to visit the link and sign up for their newsletter. The first issue is set to be released in June this year (the picture is a 2005 back issue). The first issue will also have a 12-inch of some great Detroit music too.

"This means a lot to us, the electronic community here has been amazing for decades now.", says Forward Arts Executive Director. "And it was the first community that I myself identified and felt at home with. This is family for us."


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