Design Core Detroit unites government, academia, the private and philanthropic sectors and community development groups to elevate and expand the role of Detroit’s design-driven industries – some 80,000 workers and $9 billion in wages – and strengthen the overall economy.More about this grant »
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Design team's 'boldness' wins competition to reshape Detroit's cultural district
A winning team in the international competition to reshape and create a partnership between 12 Cultural Center institutions in Detroit was chosen and announced. The design competition was initiated by the Detroit Institute of Arts in partnership with Midtown Detroit, Inc.
Grow Detroit by supporting local, midsize business, report urges
Endeavor Insight releases report that explores local entrepreneurship and ideas for growth strategies after analyzing over 10,000 companies in Southeast Michigan.
Motown Museum block party draws thousands for music, memories and a new park
The Motown Museum hosts the Founder’s Day celebration to unveil a small but important part of the undergoing major expansion and renovation project. The new space,“Dancing in the Street Park,” a blue mural on the concrete inspired by the iconic Motown ‘M’, will establish a place to gather and celebrate.
Sefaria is a nonprofit organization, established in 2013, to advance the future of Jewish learning by digitizing and offering Jewish texts, in Hebrew and English translations. Sefaria’s founders, the best-selling author Joshua Foer and Google project manager Brett Lockspeiser, envisioned a world in which any interested person could have unfettered access to the entire Jewish canon.More about this grant »