Marsha Music is a noted presenter and available to speak around Detroit, perform her “One Woman Show – Live From Hastings Street!” or talk with media.
“From All Sides”
Multi-media exhibit of “The Kidnapped Children Of Detroit”
October 21, 2014 to November 15, 2014
My essay on white flight, The Kidnapped Children of Detroit, that was published in A Detroit Anthology, was presented as a visual arts exhibit along with lectures at the 9338 Gallery in Hamtramck, MI.
Gallery owner Steve Panton curated the show, called “From All Sides,” that ran from October 21, 2014 to November 15, 2014. He also featured the paintings of Kathleen Rashid, the woodcuts of Carl Wilson, and video displays – works that resonated with my essay.
It was a fantastic show. I was touched and honored to have my words displayed as art on the walls of the gallery. Steve dissected my essay paragraph by paragraph and had each of them written in longhand by visitors to the gallery, and then placed on the walls. Everyone said that the effect was quite powerful, and that each paragraph was powerful on its own.
We had many great folks come to the exhibition and I enjoyed wonderful discussions after both the opening and closing receptions. Here is a link to photos from the opening reception: http://9338campau.com/fromallsides.html
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