Please join Wayne State University’s Detroit Orientation Institute for an interactive dialogue about arts and culture in our region. This 2-hour conversation will explore the role of the public and private sectors in growing the creative economy and what the UNESCO designation as a City of Design means for Detroit’s future.
Detroit Dialogue: Arts & Culture
Date: Thursday, September 8
Location: Traffic Jam & Snug, 511 W. Canfield St., Detroit, 48201 (map)
Cost: $25 (lunch included)
Participants will be joined by special guests:
Melvin Henley (Detroit Creative Corridor Center);
Pamela Iacobelli (CultureSource);
George Jacobsen (Kresge Foundation); and
Sarah Triplett (Creative Many).
The conversation will be facilitated by Jeri Stroupe (Wayne State University, Detroit Revitalization Fellow). Space is limited to 15 participants. Register now.
For a complete list of our 2016 programming, please visit our website.