Second Sundays at The Wright - December
Please join us on December 10, 2023, for our Second Sunday Programming Series in conjunction with the current d.Tree (Detroit Trees) exhibition. Led by our Research and Design Specialist, Ackeem Salmon, our workshop, titled "Storytelling through Recycled Materials," is open to children, teens, adults, and families.
Participants will learn how to use recycled materials as a medium for artistic expression, transforming often-discarded items into powerful symbols that mirror the resilience and beauty inherent in both nature and culture. Whether you're an experienced artist or new to creativity, secure your spot for a day of exploration and collective expression, connecting with Detroit's cultural and environmental legacy. There will be two sessions, each with 25 spots available.
Reserve your spot.
About Ackeem Salmon:
Ackeem Salmon is an Art Director, Writer, Researcher, and Multidisciplinary Artist whose work addresses memory, encompassing both the physical artifact and the ephemeral. He is one of the main collaborators of the present exhibit and a thought partner for the d.tree project at large since 2021.
A recent awardee from the Kresge Foundation in 2023, Ackeem is a graduate of the College for Creative Studies and the Paris College of Art, with studies and experiences spanning art and design, fashion, film, museums, and art conservation. Additionally, he was a former Art teacher within Detroit Public Schools.