Framed by WDET: Places Where We Belong
Community stories and photography from Detroit
1001 Woodward Ave
June 20—June 30, Everyday
12 pm — 7 pm
Thursday through Sunday
12 pm — 7 pm
Framed by WDET: Places Where We Belong is a free multimedia exhibition that celebrates the stories of communities with a rich legacy in Detroit.
From long-time residents who are preserving a southern blues music tradition to neighbors who share Middle Eastern cuisine, this exhibition explores the moments and spaces that we share with one another through the work of Detroit-based photographers and storytellers.
This collection of work features 10 communities and documents the voices of nearly 100 local residents from neighborhoods like Delray, Hamtramck, Southwest Detroit, and the broader Detroit region.
Experience these stories at 1001 Woodward Ave in Downtown Detroit in collaboration with our sponsor Bedrock. This is the first time that this collective body of work is being presented in one space as an immersive experience that celebrates our global city.
With photography by
Amy Sacka, Corine Vermeulen, Cydni Elledge, Doug Coombe, Erik Paul Howard, Justin Milhouse, Kenny Karpov, Marvin Shaouni, and Sean Work
And audio stories by
Conor Anderson, Courtney Hurtt, Laura Herberg, Laura Weber-Davis, Kenny Karpov, Martina Guzmán, Rob St. Mary, Shannon Cason, Shelby Jouppi, and Zak Rosen
Thursday, June 20 | 7 pm – 10 pm
Join us as we celebrate the opening of Framed by WDET: Places Where We Belong at 1001 Woodward Ave in Campus Martius. For the first time, you will be able to explore a curated collection of stories from this collection in one single space.