Manistique Community Treehouse Center
A Solar Powered Broadcast.
Join our Earth Month program at Manistique Community Treehouse Center. In 2017, The Wright Museum and at the time Artist In Resident, Ash Arder designed and built solar powered greenhouse / movie theater through the Knight's Arts Challenge, called "Shine a Light." Six years later, continuing this relationship with grassroots community developer, Tammy Black, we are continuing to add more solar powered Earth Day memories to this artful infrastructure! Please stop by for a 1pm Tour, 4pm Presentations and our #SolarPoweredConcert headliner Supercoolwicked!
SUN. APRIL 30th AGENDA
- Welcome (Manistique Community Treehouse Center) 4pm
Manistique Community Treehouse Center presents:
EARTH MONTH PRESENTATIONS:
- 4:05pm | Composting
- 4:30pm | Bee and Pollution
- 5:00pm | Solar Projects, Solar Installation Training & Flooding App
- 5:30pm | Emergency Powerstation
- 6:00pm | Rooftop Solar Installations
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History presents:
6:00-7:30pm | SOLAR POWERED CONCERT
- In-Person Welcome at Neighborhoods
- Welcome from The Wright Museum & land acknowledgement
- Claiming Connections film by Planet Detroit
- Highlights from King Wayne: East Side Riders; moderated by Ash Arder
- Headliner: "Negro, Spiritual" starring: Supercoolwicked
Place: 259 Manistique St., Detroit, MI, 48215
See our complete Earth Month programming.
Please note: This is an outdoor event.