INSIDE VOICES/Art Exhibit by
Art & Agency program/ UofM Dearborn
SURDAY May 6 2023, 4PM-8PM
a celebration of poetry reading and art made by
SUNRISE DETROIT @Andy Arts
(every second Saturday of the month 12-4PM)
Starting MAY 13 12-4pm | FREE FREE!
Local Vendors, Plant-based Menu (GF + V + NF),
Art Gallery + Open Mic
Hosted by: @squeeze.1st and @bwardpoetry
- Performance -
OCT 7-8 , 2022 8PM
Everything is a Portal/SOLD OUT
an new experimental performance by Tunde Olaniran
💃 This performance will be an evening of experimental theatre, dance, and live music that explores themes of agency, power, and teleportation, featuring a new textile installation designed in collaboration with @amyfisherprice
doors will open at 7pm with the performance starting at 8pm.
"Everything is a Portal" is co-presented by the Cranbrook Art Museum and the University Musical Society at the University of Michigan, and supported by presenting partner @alliedmediaprojects
- Performance -
June 24-25, 2022 7:30PM
Something Together/SHUA GROUP
Featuring premier performance of "Something Together" a work about interchanging our physical beings, approaching vulnerability and accepting joy by Shua Group, performed and choreographed by Joshua Bisset with Laura Quattrocchi and Trishawna.
AND new work "The Hot Seat are you affraid to look within? " by Zandria Lucas of Intertwine Movement Collective the current artist in residence at Andy (www.andyarts.org)
Reception to follow performances.
This program is supported by Andy Art Center
TIX $12 in advance. $15 at door
- Artist in Residence Spring 2022
A native of Detroit, MI, Zandria earned her B.F.A in Dance Performance, under the instruction of Jordeen Ivanov-Ericson, from Marygrove College (Detroit, MI) in 2012. While pursuing her B.F.A., Zandria worked as a freelance choreographer setting works in local high schools and for the Marygrove College Dance Company and Company 2. She has performed in the works of Douglas Neilsen, Roger Jeffery, Dante Henderson, Kevin Iega-Jeff and Kim Bears-Bailey, among others. Zandria's choreography has been showcased at ACDA, the National High School Dance Festival, the Fox Theatre, in Nogales, Mexico and at several dance festivals/showcases. Upon earning her Master of Fine Arts with emphasis in Choreography and Performance, May 2015, from The University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ) Zandria relocated back to the Metro Detroit Area where she continues her work as an artist, dance educator, and Artistic Director of Intertwine Movement Collective. Intertwine Movement Collective, founded in 2019, is a contemporary project-based dance company of artists from the Metro-Detroit area, collectively contributing to the advancement of Dance in Detroit.
- Rap showcase -
July 17, 6-11pm
Shut Up and Rap
Lanny Laine & MidWest Best Ent Welcome's you to the SHUT UP AND RAP art and rap showcase!
About this event
Come thru to one of the best showcases you'll ever see and hear. We got lots of dope talent, amazing vendors which includes a tarot reader and we're raffling off an Exclusive Piece Of Art!
Hosted: By Lucky & Bossette
Sounds By : Yukon Denali
With Live Performances By :
Sir Sly Remarks
Chyna The Artist
And A Live Art Performance By Lanny Laine
TICKETS $15 in advance, $20 at the door
- Immersive video and sound experience -
May 29 - May 31 2021
by Ashely Worden, Gabriel Hall and Francois Dillinger,
Sound and Visual immersive experience
This immersive portrait series explores the novel experience of absence within the deeply connected community of electronic music. .
Saturday May 29
6PM to 8PM: General Admission Tickets (Donation-Based)
8PMPM to 10PM: 2HR LIVE PERFORMANCE Tickets ($15)
10PM to 12AM: 2HR LIVE PERFORMANCE Tickets ($15)
Sunday May 30
4PM to 8PM: General Admission Tickets (Donation-Based)
8PM to 10PM: 2HR LIVE PERFORMANCE Tickets ($15)
Monday May 31
12PM to 4PM: General Admission Tickets (Donation-Based)
- Sound and visual immersive experience -
All That Shines Under The Dirt
by Laura Quattrocchi
Opening Friday Sept 18
6pm to 10pm 2020
Open Sats until Oct 24th 3pm 7pm
Join us for a magical experience of art created with a very familiar object! This installation by Laura Quattrocchi is the culmination of a two year interaction with the streets around Andy and with people who enter the space. Sound by Billy Mark and light by Joshua Bisset.
Please bring your mask.
- Class -
Yoga and Meditation by Adrienne Bulger of POSE: Positive Outlooks & Self Evolution
Friday and Saturday Sept 26-27 10am - 12pm / Hanger space
Price, 20$ per session
This class is offered by Adrianne Bulger who has led the Community Yoga classes at the local Hope Village Farmers Market.
She will be offering a social distance class in our garage space and guide Meditation class among the Flowers from the art Installation " All that shines under the dirt " by Laura Quattrocchi.
Park in parking lot on Parkside and Fenkell. Entrance is on Fenkell.
Photo credit: Keith Horton
Photo credit: Keith Horton
- Artist in Residence Fall 2020 -
Mia is an artist enveloped in her environment. She is inspired by what’s around her and both materially and conceptually responds to it through her creations. Working in upcycled fashion, photography, and creative direction, as well as the occasional collage, Mia sets an intention in using already existing and secondhand materials to express herself. Outside of the artist-scape, Mia invests in understanding sustainable food systems and sovereignty, community self-determination, and low waste living. Mia is excited to get to know and share love with the community of Hope Village and to create relationships that outlive her residency.
You can view her work digitally through her portfolio at https://freak.myportfolio.com/ as well as at her Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/fr3ak.ish/
- Art Show -
- Art Show -
Curated by Myett Risker
“Women," an annual exhibition that honors and celebrates women; expression through the vision of female artists, the exhibition commemorates women through various mediums and themes displaying their gifts, strengths and talents. The 9th annual "Women" exhibition will be on view at Norwest Gallery AND Andy Art Center starting Saturday, March 7, 2020. Including panel discussion, music and more.
Norwest Gallery of the Arts
19556 Grand River Ave. Detroit, MI 48223
Saturday, March 7 | 3 PM
3 - 4 PM | Panel Discussion
4 - 4:30 PM | Q and A
4:30 PM | Opening Reception
Andy Art Center
5:30 - 5:30 PM | Panel Discussion
5:30 - 6 PM | Q and A
6 PM | Opening Reception
Saturday March 7, starts at 3pm
Thursdays from 5:30-7:30PM ( space opens at 4:30 for warm up )
MARCH 12, 19, 26 APRIL 2, 9, 23
$45 for the 6 sessions
This workshop is for any kind of time-based performance: music, dance, theater, puppetry, spoken word. If you need a deadline to begin, deadlines to work up to a public performance, or could use some perspective on what you are making, this is it; this is for you.
Fieldwork is a place and time for performing artists to learn about their work, develop their ability to give feedback, and build a community of artistic peers. You will get responses to what you are making in a way that respects the intent of the work and allows you to discover your own solutions. For some more information on Fieldwork: https://www.thefield.org/programs/fieldwork
Philippa Kaye facilitates. A choreographer and performer, she has facilitated Fieldwork workshops in New York City and attended The Field conference in Portland with the plan of starting a Detroit network site. She will introduce and hold participants to the simple and effective Fieldwork guidelines. This group will meet six times; on Thursdays from 5:30-7:30PM. The space will be open and available for warm-up/rehearsal at 4:30.
Cost is $45 for the full session. https://www.artful.ly/store/events/19859
(Note: one ticket covers all six meetings. )
Please email Philippa with any questions at email@example.com
Fieldwork Detroit: Multidisciplinary
- Creative process workshop for performing artists -
Flower Creep Project/ Ongoing
- Community art project -
conceived by Laura Quattrocchi
Flower Creep is originally the ongoing invitation to draw flowers on the walls and floor of our Corner Studio by the local passers by, visitors, workers, travelers, etc that stop by our space. The concrete floor was eventually covered by a wood sprung floor but the power of the action rests underneath. The action was originally conceived as a christening of the new art/performance space by the love of the community.
Recently the invitation was extended locally to the fence of the Hope Village Farmers Market.
Laura ( one of our founders here at Andy) is interested in changing perception of space by bringing people together trough art actions. She's planning on having her Grand Flower Project Finale in the spring of 2020.