AMP Blog: knight arts challenge
Detroit Youth Volume is a free Suzuki violin program for youth from Detroit’s eastside. Their mission is to build a positive and nurturing learning environment for youth through free and accessible training in the Suzuki violin pedagogy.
This past June, the Knight Foundation announced 70 finalists in the Knight Arts Challenge Detroit. While the winners won’t be announced until October, starting this week you can help choose who wins the Knight Arts People’s Choice award.
Check out these videos which capture some of the high energy performances and killer dance moves from this year’s AMC @ Night.
During the 2014-2015 school year, Detroit Future Schools completed two “data mural” projects in Detroit schools, supported by the Knight Arts Challenge and the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs.
Every year the Allied Media Conference presents musical acts and performances exploring the intersection of art and social change. This year we are excited to offers an expanded line-up with a five-day music showcase featuring an exciting range of both national acts and representatives of Detroit’s legendary music and performance scene.