Culture Lab Detroit, founded by Jane Schulak in partnership with the Detroit Creative Corridor Center and in collaboration with the College for Creative Studies, is a catalyst for conversations and collaborations, and a platform for engaging world-class design and entrepreneurial talent in a series of thoughtful discussions to stimulate new relationships and deeper connections between Detroit and the international community of designers and innovators, with the goal of increasing awareness and the imprint of Detroit's creative community internationally.
An inspiring conversation to celebrate culture, creativity and possibility for Detroit.
Works by Brazilian conceptual designers Humberto and Fernando Campana (Estudio Campana) were shown in Detroit for the first time in a collaboration between Friedman Benda in New York, and Simone DeSousa Gallery in Detroit.
A musical mash-up brought to you by Culture Lab Detroit and UMS featuring My Brightest Diamond and Migguel Anggelo.
What is Culture Lab Detroit? An evening of conversation and collaboration between Detroit's artists, designers, engineers, technologists and thinkers. Take a brief look at Culture Lab Detroit's inaugural 2013 event, featuring David Stark (President and Creative Director of David Stark Design and Production), Alison Gass (Director of the Eli and Edyth Broad Art Museum, Michigan State University), Toni Griffin (Founder of Urban Planning and Design for the American City; Project Director of Detroit Works Long-Term Planning), and Daniel Caudill (Creative Director, Shinola).