Detroit has a thriving arts community, but no official way to encourage its growth
In Detroit, there are all kinds of artists and art projects happening organically. But, the City of Detroit doesn’t really have a vehicle to encourage or develop an arts culture.
Anya Sirota?, an assistant professor at the University of Michigan’s Taubman School of Architecture, works with artists and community members who would like to see that changed. She spoke to Stateside today. Listen above.
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