Jewelry designer Karissma Yve of Xenophora Objects speaks on making jewelry using the casting process and what having a manufacturing facility in her hometown of Detroit means to her and the future for women jewelers.
Detroit’s population and industrial boom in the early 20th century were boon times for religious leaders, who commissioned places of worship befitting growing congregations of the time. With money to spend and an eagerness to please the most high, Detroit’s turn-of-the-century churches would become some of the most ornate structures in the city.
The Lyricist Society is an alternative music program at Frederick Douglass High School created by Quan Neloms, a social studies teacher at the school. The goal of the program is to give students a creative voice and the ability to change the narrative of how their community is perceived.
Check them out: www.LyricistSociety.com
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