DLECTRICITY
Sep
22
to Sep 23

DLECTRICITY

  • Charles H Wright Museum of African American History (map)
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LOCATION:  The Wright Museum of African American History

Facing Change: Documenting DETROIT’s mission is to create a documentary record of Detroit by Detroit-area photographers, engaging local and global communities, through a Fellowship for Early-Career and Emerging Photographers, free community discussions hosting accomplished documentary photographers, and larger-than-life public art installations. Fellows must apply and be selected by a jury to participate, and are paired with professional editors, photographers, and curators from all over the world as mentors. Together their Fellows and Mentors build stories that are uniquely Detroit, where traditional journalism is missing. They then engage the public with these stories by bringing the work to public spaces throughout the community to connect, reflect, and be inspired by all they have accomplished within our city.

2017 Documenting DETROIT Fellows include:

Alexa Borromeo, Anthony Lanzilote, Corey Turner, Chris Asadian, Damon Adams, Erik Howard, Irum Ibrahim, Jeff Pearson, Jeremy Brockman, Junfu Han, LaToya Colts, Mishira Davis, Marisol Dorantes-Silva, Sal Rodriguez, Samantha Otto and Viviana Pernot.

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Photoville
Sep
13
to Sep 24

Photoville

  • Brooklyn Bridge Plaza (map)
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Documenting DETROIT's 2016 and 2017 Fellows work will be featured in a Shipping Container Gallery at Photoville in Brooklyn, NY!  Please visit us during the hours of 12pm and 10pm daily from Sept 13-17, and 21-24!

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Brian Day, Amy Sacka, & Felicia Tolbert at Detroit Startup Week!
May
25
5:30pm 5:30pm

Brian Day, Amy Sacka, & Felicia Tolbert at Detroit Startup Week!

Join Documenting DETROIT photographers Brian Day, Amy Sacka, and 'Felicia Tolbert, members of our inaugural 2016 Fellowship for Early-Career and Emerging Photographers! They will present their work covering local stories and communities, including of Belle Isle, Detroit from above as seen with a DRONE, a senior center, local businesses, and much more! 

THIS EVENT IS FREE!!

Visual coverage of Detroit communities and businesses by Detroit photographers is critical to how Detroit is seen and understood.

Navigating a career as an independent photographer in a time of rapidly changing media is both challenging and exciting, with many opportunities.

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Doc DET Presents: Devin Allen and Cydni Elledge
Apr
29
6:00pm 6:00pm

Doc DET Presents: Devin Allen and Cydni Elledge

Join Us at Red Bull House of Art for an evening of photography and conversation, featuring presentations by Devin Allen (Independent Photographer based in Baltimore, MD) and Cydni Elledge (Independent Photographer and 2016 Documenting DETROIT Fellow). The event will be hosted by Karah Shaffer and Alan Chin of Documenting DETROIT. 

Devin Allen was born and raised in West Baltimore. He gained national attention when his photograph of the Baltimore Uprising was published on the cover of Time in May 2015 – only the third time the work of an amateur photographer had been featured. His photographs have also appeared in New York Magazine, the New York Times, the Washington Post, and Aperture, and in the permanent collections of the National Museum of African American History & Culture, the Reginald F. Lewis Museum, and the Studio Museum in Harlem. He is the founder of Through Their Eyes, a youth photography educational program, and the winner of the 2017 Gordon Parks Foundation Fellowship. 

Cydni Elledge is a Detroit-based photographer and 2016 Documenting DETROIT Fellow. During the Fellowship, Elledge created a collection of portraits of Black youth ages 9-22. She says, "It is my goal that with these portraits, you can see these young men for who they really are. To look in their eyes and see their potential and who God truly created them to be. Black men are becoming an endangered species as the system, gun violence, and privileged police officers are taking them from their families, their futures, and any chance of redemption. Every black man is not a murderer, a gangster, or a criminal, as society has stereotyped them. They are judged, and placed in a small negative box created by society that tries to tame their growth. Put yourself in the shoes of these young men, growing up where the world is against you, being guilty until proven innocent, and never having a fair shot because of preconceived notions. Place yourselves in the shoes of their parents and loved ones, praying that they don’t get pulled over, hoping they always use their turn signal, calling repeatedly until they answer, constantly living in fear because of how devalued they are. Though the world strips them of their humanity, they ARE someones son, brother, cousin, friend, employer, etc. Take a moment and attempt to set aside what the world has taught you, and see them as I do."

Red Bull House of Art is a live-in residency experience in Detroit, dedicated to providing visual artists the freedom and space to create. Our aim is to support courageous exploration in visual arts. The Red Bull House of Art invites select artists from around the world to take up official residency in Detroit to work for three months with three residencies taking place a year. Throughout the residency, the House opens its doors for community-focused events, powerful exhibitions and artist talks, before concluding with an exhibition of the residents’ work.

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Freep Film Festival Works-in-Progress
Apr
2
1:00pm 1:00pm

Freep Film Festival Works-in-Progress

Directors of four in-progress documentaries will be on hand to show off their work at the first-ever Freep Film Festival Works-in-Progress event, which is being co-presented by Documenting DETROIT.

The directors will talk about their movies, their film-making careers and offer sneak peeks at their films.

Kathy Kieliszewski, the Free Press director of visuals and Freep Film Festival artistic director, will lead a discussion that will include:

-- Hamtramck-based filmmaker Bruno Filip Lumetta, whose upcoming documentary "Dhaka / Detroit: The Film" chronicles cross-continental connections between Hamtramck and Bangladesh.

-- Joshua Riehl, the Detroiter who is nearing completion on the documentary The Russian Five about the famed quintet of Russian-born hockey stars who helped return the Red Wings to Stanley Cup glory.

-- Michigan-based filmmaker Mike Ramsdell, who is juggling a few projects, including a film called “War Photographers.”

-- Pam Sporn, a former Detroiter now based in New York who is in post-production on Detroit 48202: Conversations Along a Postal Route, which views a neighborhood through the eyes of a postal worker who has long walked its streets.

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 Doc DET '17 Kickoff: Presenting Salwan Georges and Smita Sharma!
Mar
3
6:00pm 6:00pm

Doc DET '17 Kickoff: Presenting Salwan Georges and Smita Sharma!

Join Us at Red Bull House of Art for an evening of photography and conversation, featuring presentations by Salwan Georges (Detroit Free Press) and Smita Sharma (Independent Photographer based in New York, NY and Delhi, India) The event will be hosted by Karah Shaffer and Alan Chin of Documenting DETROIT. Attendees will also be introduced to the application process for the 2017 Documenting DETROIT Fellowship.

Salwan Georges is an Iraqi-American photojournalist calling Metro Detroit his home since 2004. He is currently a staff photographer at the Detroit Free Press. Georges’ long-term project documents Iraqi refugees in the metro Detroit area. Since the global refugee crisis has worsened, the U.S. acceptance of refugees has become controversial as the country tries to understand the complex myriad of conflicts in the Middle East. Michigan has been home to one of the largest Arab community outside the Middle East for decades. 

"A lot of refugees suffer but don’t open up about those events in their life, they’re just happy to be safe. For me, working on this project is not only to document the invisible struggle of those refugees, but to be reconnected with the richness of a culture I left behind. As I photograph refugees, in every photo, I see myself and my family’s story."

Georges’ work has also been published in The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, LensCulture, and The Intercept, and has been exhibited at the Arab American National Museum.

Smita Sharma is an independent photojournalist and documentary photographer based in Delhi, Kolkata and New York. Her work primarily focuses on gender violence and human rights issues. She graduated in photojournalism and documentary photography from the International Center of Photography, New York in 2013 and has a post graduate degree in Journalism from University of Pune. Born and raised in the Himalayan foothills of Shillong City, India, she has lived and travelled widely in India, South Asia and USA. Her work has been published in various international publications including CNN , The Washington Post, New York Times, BBC, The Globe and Mail, Spiegel, Channel 4, Quartz among others. Her work has been screened at Visa pour l’Image, Perpignan, and exhibited in various countries. She is the recipient of The Washington Post Award at the Eddie Adams Workshop in 2013 and National Silver Karamveer medal and PVCHR Bronze medal for Protection of Human Rights at Rex Conclave in Delhi in 2015. In 2016, she was named the finalist for outstanding photography for publishing Documenting Rape in India (New York Times Lens Blog) by the South Asian Journalists Association. Her ongoing project on sexual violence and rape in India called “It’s Not My Shame” was represented by the India chapter and exhibited during CSW-59 at the UN Headquarters in New York.

Red Bull House of Art is a live-in residency experience in Detroit, dedicated to providing visual artists the freedom and space to create. Our aim is to support courageous exploration in visual arts. The Red Bull House of Art invites select artists from around the world to take up official residency in Detroit to work for three months with three residencies taking place a year. Throughout the residency, the House opens its doors for community-focused events, powerful exhibitions and artist talks, before concluding with an exhibition of the residents’ work.

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Celebrate the Holidays and Documenting DETROIT's 1st year!
Dec
10
6:00pm 6:00pm

Celebrate the Holidays and Documenting DETROIT's 1st year!

Documenting DETROIT is closing out our first year, and that calls for CELEBRATION! 

Join us at Grand On River as we screen the work completed by our 21 Fellows during the 2016 program, and participate in a conversation about the work and changes in our community. 

The work of the Fellows was screened for the first time at the Detroit Institute of Arts this past September, to an audience of 600 guests. 

“These talented young photographers focus on issues important to all of us who live in and around Detroit,” said Salvador Salort-Pons, DIA director. “By seeing Detroit through their lens, we create connections to each other and begin to build a more just community for everyone.”

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Rashaun Rucker, Ruddy Roye, and Danny Wilcox Frazier at Doc DET!
Oct
29
6:00pm 6:00pm

Rashaun Rucker, Ruddy Roye, and Danny Wilcox Frazier at Doc DET!

Join Us at Grand On River, a bank turned gallery space, for an evening of photography and conversation, featuring presentations by Rashaun Rucker, (Detroit Ruck) an award-winning photographer, visual artist, Deputy Director of Photo & Video at the Detroit Free Press, and documentary photographers Danny Wilcox Frazier, of Facing Change: Documenting America (FCDA) and VII Photo Agency, recipient of the Center for Documentary Studies/Honickman 1st Book Prize for “Driftless: Photographs from Iowa”, and Ruddy Roye, inspired by by the raw and gritty lives of grassroots people, especially those of his homeland of Jamaica, and strives to tell the stories of their victories and ills. Karah Shaffer andAlan Chin will moderate the panel discussion.

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Documenting DETROIT at the DIA!
Sep
23
8:00pm 8:00pm

Documenting DETROIT at the DIA!

Documenting Detroit and the Detroit Institute of Arts present a multimedia slideshow of the work of our 21 Fellows on Friday, September 23, running at 8:00pm and 9:30pm. The slideshow will be projected onto the southeast wall of the Detroit Institute of Arts (between the John R and Farnsworth entrances). The event is FREE and OPEN to the public—please bring a blanket for the lawn!

Documenting Detroit's 21 photographers have been making diverse images detailing daily life in our city for the past three months, covering many different subjects including: their own families; automotive culture; the Latino diaspora in Southwest Detroit; food deserts; portraits inside nightclubs; Belle Isle; Detroit City Football Club; spirituality among Muslim communities; Del Ray and the impact the Gordie Howe Bridge will have on residents of the area; families who are part of Clark Park Coalition; the Nation of Islam; portraits of Black youth ages nine to 22; students at an alternative public high school, and much more.

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Doc DET and Freep Honor David P. Gilkey
Jul
30
6:00pm 6:00pm

Doc DET and Freep Honor David P. Gilkey

The Documenting DETROIT Lecture Series and Open House at the Red Bull House of Art continues on Saturday, July 30, from 6-9 pm, celebrating the life and distinguished career of former Detroit Free Press and National Public Radio (NPR) photographer David P. Gilkey. 

There will be a presentation of David's work that include commentary from David about his work and the importance of photojournalism in the world. Afterwards, Nancy Andrews, former Detroit Free Press Managing Editor of Digital, Joe Swickard, retired Free Press reporter, and Kainaz Amaria, former NPR visuals team supervising editor and current Design Director of Storytelling at Vox Media, will discuss working with David and the impact of his work. The discussion will be moderated by Detroit Free Press Visuals Director Kathy Kieliszewski.

On June 5, while traveling with an Afghan army unit, Gilkey and Afghan colleague Zabihillah Tamanna were killed in Helmand Province, southern Afghanistan when their vehicle was struck by shellfire.

During his eleven years at the Free Press, Gilkey made numerous trips to troubled countries including Afghanistan, Iraq and Bosnia. Through his lens, Free Press readers saw the horror of war and its toll on the citizens and soldiers embroiled in those conflicts. 

Gilkey studied journalism at Oregon State University. His first job was at the Boulder Daily Camera, where he handled both local assignments and overseas assignments for Knight Ridder. He later joined the Detroit Free Press where he worked until 2007 when he joined NPR and continued traveling the world to document conflict.

Throughout his career, Gilkey received numerous awards: in 2004, he was named Michigan "Photographer of the Year" by the Michigan Press Photographers Association. He received a 2007 national Emmy award for the video series, "Band of Brothers," about Michigan Marines in Iraq. In 2011, he was named Still Photographer of the Year by the White House Photographers Association (WHPA).

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Documenting DETROIT Presents EUGENE RICHARDS and PATRICIA LAY-DORSEY (aka Grandma Techno) at Detroit Startup Week!
May
25
6:00pm 6:00pm

Documenting DETROIT Presents EUGENE RICHARDS and PATRICIA LAY-DORSEY (aka Grandma Techno) at Detroit Startup Week!


The Documenting DETROIT Lecture Series and Open House continues in May, with Eugene Richards and Patricia Lay-Dorsey sharing their work, and of course we'll be making pictures at the Pop-UP Portrait Studio for our guests! 

Eugene Richards is a photographer, writer, and documentary filmmaker who has authored seventeen books, the most recent being War Is Personal (Many Voices Press, 2010), a documentation in words and pictures of the human consequences of the Iraq war, and Red Ball of a Sun Slipping Down (Many Voices Press, 2014), which speaks of life in the Arkansas Delta decades ago and today. Among numerous honors, Mr. Richards has received a Guggenheim Fellowship, the W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography, and the Kraszna-Krausz Award for Photographic Innovation in Books. His photographs are represented in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MOMA, the International Center of Photography, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum, among others.

Patricia Lay-Dorsey was born in Washington, DC in 1942. Detroit-based since 1966, she brings her training as a social worker and four decades as a visual artist to her humanistic photography. Patricia’s photo projects tell the intimate stories of people’s lives - including her own –as seen from the inside. Best known for Falling Into Place, a self portrait book that documents her day-to-day life with a disability, Patricia also turns her camera on subjects like life at home with Eddie, her husband of 50 years, and her 11 years at Movement Detroit Electronic Music Festival where she has become a worldwide celebrity known as Grandma Techno.

Documenting DETROIT is a program of Facing Change: Documenting America (FCDA), a nonprofit organization created by photojournalists in 2009 to address our era of great challenges in the United States through photographs and narratives. FCDA collaborates with the Library of Congress to archive and publish work; the first product of that effort, a book entitled "Facing Change" was published in October 2012. For more information on FCDA, please visit FacingChangeUSA.org.

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FREEP FILM FEST + Doc DET Present: FIRE PHOTO -> 1
Apr
3
7:00pm 7:00pm

FREEP FILM FEST + Doc DET Present: FIRE PHOTO -> 1

“Fire Photo -> 1” tells the story of unassuming, affable Bill Eisner, who has amassed a visual history of the Detroit Fire Department that’s been described as a priceless museum. His archive is gargantuan: hundreds of thousands of photographs, Super 8mm film reels, boxes of videotapes and audio cassette recordings that include dispatch traffic from the ’67 riots. His remarkable archive tells the story of firefighters at work in a city that has burned more than any other in America. And it tells the story of Eisner, whose single-minded pursuit has made him as deeply ingrained in the Detroit Fire Department as any firefighter. After the film: On Sunday, Anna Clark, a freelance journalist and editor of “A Detroit Anthology,” talks with director Brian Kaufman and Bill Eisner.

Documenting DETROIT is a program of Facing Change: Documenting America (FCDA), a nonprofit organization created by photojournalists in 2009 to address our era of great challenges in the United States through photographs and narratives. FCDA collaborates with the Library of Congress to archive and publish work; the first product of that effort, a book entitled "Facing Change" was published in October 2012. For more information on FCDA, please visit FacingChangeUSA.org.

The evening will take place at Red Bull House of Art, a residency program for local artists in the Detroit metropolitan area, located in Detroit's Historic Eastern Market. Each artist is given a generous budget for supplies, a studio space accessible 24 hours a day and an exhibition at the end of their stay where they keep 100% of the profits from sales. Detroit was chosen for its rich history in creative achievements and the diverse and talented artist community. Red Bull House of Art Detroit is currently the only one of it's kind in the world, after similar program ideas were explored in cities like Sao Paulo, Brazil and Lisbon, Portugal.

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Documenting DETROIT Presents: Samantha Appleton and Salwan Georges
Mar
12
6:00pm 6:00pm

Documenting DETROIT Presents: Samantha Appleton and Salwan Georges


The Documenting DETROIT Lecture Series and Open House continues in March, with Salwan Georges and Samantha Appleton sharing their work, and of course we'll be making pictures at the Pop-UP Portrait Studio for our guests! 

Salwan Georges was born in Baghdad, Iraq and raised in Syria, calling Metro Detroit his home since 2004. He is currently a staff photojournalist at the Detroit Free Press. 
The global refugee crisis has worsened. In the U.S., the acceptance of refugees has become controversial as the country tries to understand the complex myriad of conflicts in the Middle East. Georges long-term project, “Finding Freedom,” documents the lives, worship and struggles of a people facing new challenges and opportunities, gaining access to their most intimate gatherings and ceremonies. Metro Detroit has been home to the largest Arab community outside the Middle East. Starting over in America has meant adapting to new surroundings while simultaneously trying to retain cultural customs and language. Georges work has also been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, the Telegraph (UK), and The Intercept.

Samantha Appleton is based in New York, NY, and has photographed many subjects from Maine to Madagascar, from war to the White House. Appleton states, "There is a direct line between a bombing in Baghdad and a spaghetti supper campaign stop in Manchester, NH. The camera and my role as a journalist allow me to shift between the various but related subjects that I have documented for over a decade. Creating a first draft of history, with the ultimate goal of justice, is the motivation. My work quietly encourages the viewer to be complicit in the world's most difficult and complicated stories. My quieter pictures -- even of war -- are often the strongest against time's weakening of memory. They illuminate a story in a way that the flash of the day's news may not sustain.... The historic narrative offers little instant gratification, but it is everything when the dust of the day settles and it reveals itself. Even if it requires impossible patience." 

Documenting DETROIT is a program of Facing Change: Documenting America (FCDA), a nonprofit organization created by photojournalists in 2009 to address our era of great challenges in the United States through photographs and narratives. FCDA collaborates with the Library of Congress to archive and publish work; the first product of that effort, a book entitled "Facing Change" was published in October 2012. For more information on FCDA, please visit FacingChangeUSA.org.

The evening will take place at Red Bull House of Art, a residency program for local artists in the Detroit metropolitan area, located in Detroit's Historic Eastern Market. Each artist is given a generous budget for supplies, a studio space accessible 24 hours a day and an exhibition at the end of their stay where they keep 100% of the profits from sales. Detroit was chosen for its rich history in creative achievements and the diverse and talented artist community. Red Bull House of Art Detroit is currently the only one of it's kind in the world, after similar program ideas were explored in cities like Sao Paulo, Brazil and Lisbon, Portugal.

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Documenting DETROIT presents: Andrew Lichtenstein and Carlos Diaz
Feb
20
6:00pm 6:00pm

Documenting DETROIT presents: Andrew Lichtenstein and Carlos Diaz

Documenting DETROIT is back for a February installment featuring Detroit-based photographer Carlos Diaz, and New York-based photographer Andrew Lichtenstein! And of course we'll be rocking the Pop-UP Portrait Studio for our guests!

Carlos Diaz, born in Pontiac, MI, is currently a Professor and former chairman of the Photography Department (1994-2000) at the College for Creative Studies where he has taught for 29 years. 

Diaz is currently working on a project titled, Beyond Borders; Latino Immigrants and Southwest Detroit. The work reflects an ongoing interest and concern for the state of the cultural, political and environmental landscape. 

Diaz is best known for his Invented Landscape works that are one of a kind hand assembled collage pieces that incorporate vintage steel plate engravings on black and white silver prints. The Invented Landscape work resides in numerous collections public and private including, to name a few, the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. 

Andrew Lichtenstein (a member of Facing Change: Documenting America) has spent the last two decades covering long-term stories of social concern in the United States. He worked eight years covering the rise of the prison industrial complex after receiving an Open Society Institute Fellowship in 2000.

In 2007, Lichtenstein authored Never Coming Home, a book documenting the funerals for American soldiers killed in Iraq.

His work, exhibited around the world, has been published in many magazines and newspapers, including Time, Newsweek, US News and World Report and The New York Times.

Documenting DETROIT is a program of Facing Change: Documenting America (FCDA), a nonprofit organization created by photojournalists in 2009 to address our era of great challenges in the United States through photographs and narratives. FCDA collaborates with the Library of Congress to archive and publish work; the first product of that effort, a book entitled "Facing Change" was published in October 2012. For more information on FCDA, please visit FacingChangeUSA.org.

The evening will take place at Red Bull House of Art, a residency program for local artists in the Detroit metropolitan area, located in Detroit's Historic Eastern Market. Each artist is given a generous budget for supplies, a studio space accessible 24 hours a day and an exhibition at the end of their stay where they keep 100% of the profits from sales. Detroit was chosen for its rich history in creative achievements and the diverse and talented artist community. Red Bull House of Art Detroit is currently the only one of it's kind in the world, after similar program ideas were explored in cities like Sao Paulo, Brazil and Lisbon, Portugal.

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Documenting DETROIT presents ZUN LEE and ROMAIN BLANQUART
Jan
30
to Jan 31

Documenting DETROIT presents ZUN LEE and ROMAIN BLANQUART

Toronto-based photographer Zun Lee and French Detroiter Romain Blanquart will join us at Red Bull House of Art to discuss their methods of photographic storytelling! We'll also get down to brass tacks about the fellowship itself-- what we hope to bring to Detroit-area photographers, and details on our public art installation. The evening will be hosted by Karah Shaffer and Alan Chin. For more information on the fellowship, please visit DocumentingDETROIT.org

Documenting DETROIT is a program of Facing Change: Documenting America (FCDA), a nonprofit organization created by photojournalists in 2009 to address our era of great challenges in the United States through photographs and narratives. FCDA collaborates with the Library of Congress to archive and publish work; the first product of that effort, a book entitled "Facing Change" was published in October 2012. For more information on FCDA, please visit FacingChangeUSA.org.

The evening will take place at Red Bull House of Art, a residency program for local artists in the Detroit metropolitan area, located in Detroit's Historic Eastern Market. Each artist is given a generous budget for supplies, a studio space accessible 24 hours a day and an exhibition at the end of their stay where they keep 100% of the profits from sales. Detroit was chosen for its rich history in creative achievements and the diverse and talented artist community. Red Bull House of Art Detroit is currently the only one of it's kind in the world, after similar program ideas were explored in cities like Sao Paulo, Brazil and Lisbon, Portugal.

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Documenting DETROIT Open House and Launch
Dec
12
6:00pm 6:00pm

Documenting DETROIT Open House and Launch

Join Us for an evening of photography and conversation, featuring an introduction to the Documenting DETROIT fellowship. The evening will include presentations by photographers Alan Chin and Nina Robinson, filmmaker Logan Siegel, and hosted by multimedia journalist Karah Shaffer. For more information on the fellowship, please visitdocumentingdetroit.com.

Documenting DETROIT is a program of Facing Change: Documenting America (FCDA), a nonprofit organization created by photojournalists in 2009 to address our era of great challenges in the United States through photographs and narratives. FCDA collaborates with the Library of Congress to archive and publish work; the first product of that effort, a book entitled "Facing Change" was published in October 2012. For more information on FCDA, please visit FacingChangeUSA.org.

The evening will take place at Red Bull House of Art, a residency program for local artists in the Detroit metropolitan area, located in Detroit's Historic Eastern Market. Each artist is given a generous budget for supplies, a studio space accessible 24 hours a day and an exhibition at the end of their stay where they keep 100% of the profits from sales. Detroit was chosen for its rich history in creative achievements and the diverse and talented artist community. Red Bull House of Art Detroit is currently the only one of it's kind in the world, after similar program ideas were explored in cities like Sao Paulo, Brazil and Lisbon, Portugal.

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