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Arts and the Public Good: The Resilience of Creativity and Community in Detroit

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Musicians, actors, artists, and institutions have had their ability to practice, perform and exhibit severely impeded by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the challenges, many have developed creative ways to stay active with their craft and engage community. Join us for an interactive discussion via Zoom of the various ways artists and institutions in the Detroit area have persevered and even thrived during the COVID-19 pandemic. This will be a two-part Town Hall focusing on both the Visual and Performing Arts. A Focus on the Visual Arts: Thursday June 24, 4:00pm A Focus on the Performing Arts: Thursday August 5, 4:00pm

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