Art & Entertainment, Culture, Feature Story

My Time at the Intersection Series: The Science of Food and Music with Questlove, Chef Max Hardy, and dream hampton

Last Friday, I attended a very special artist talk at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD): The Intersection: The Science of Food and Music with Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson (drummer and band member of The Roots), Chef Max Hardy (owner and chef of Detroit’s River Bistro), and dream hampton (filmmaker and writer). It was the eighth… Read More My Time at the Intersection Series: The Science of Food and Music with Questlove, Chef Max Hardy, and dream hampton

Art & Entertainment, Culture, Feature Story

Eleven Top Picks for the Detroit Month of Design Festival

September is another big month of festivities in Detroit. This month marks the celebration of design aka the Detroit Month of Design Festival, and we’ve got a list of eleven events you may really love! The Detroit Month of Design Festival is a city-wide celebration of art, creativity, and design. Throughout the month of September,… Read More Eleven Top Picks for the Detroit Month of Design Festival

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MUST-SEE: 10-Minute Documentary The Monolith Beautifully Captures the Art of Gwyneth Leech

When I first watched The Monolith, I was completely amazed. Speechless, really. The 10-minute documentary is a film by Angelo J. Guglielmo, Jr. (The Woman Who Wasn’t There) and it documents New York City artist Gwyneth Leech’s art series of The Monolith— a large city building which was built right in front of her art studio.… Read More MUST-SEE: 10-Minute Documentary The Monolith Beautifully Captures the Art of Gwyneth Leech

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Artist Spotlight: Black Quill Studio, Modern Vintage Art Shop

Hi, friends! Check out today’s Artist Spotlight interview with Kimberly Hunley, co-founder of Black Quill Studio! Kimberly and her sister Melissa both own the modernized vintage art shop and feature their art pieces at Black Quill Studio. Good Life Detroit’s “Artist Spotlight” will feature an interview with a Detroit or Metro Detroit-based artist, highlighting his/her… Read More Artist Spotlight: Black Quill Studio, Modern Vintage Art Shop

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‘FAILE: Size of the Fight’ Art Exhibit Opening in Detroit

If you’re a lover of street art, then you don’t want to miss FAILE: Size of the Fight, now showing at the Library Street Collective in Downtown Detroit! Brooklyn-based artists Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller created several art pieces in honor of Detroit’s “impressive comeback over the past few years.” My husband and I attended… Read More ‘FAILE: Size of the Fight’ Art Exhibit Opening in Detroit

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Artist Rua Francis’ Experiential Interpretation of ‘What is Versus What is Seen’

Rua Francis’ art is shaped and influenced by her Mesopotamian and Assyrian heritage. This is evident in her artwork, as she infuses forms of Aramaic and Arabic arabesque and calligraphy art by combining the “elegant complexity of ink on paper”. Francis’ art style creates “an experiential interpretation of what ‘is’ versus what is ‘seen’ while… Read More Artist Rua Francis’ Experiential Interpretation of ‘What is Versus What is Seen’