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        CultureSource Thursday, September 20

        CutTime Simfonica

        CutTime Simfonica® is shaking up classical music across SE Michigan. The quintet of strings and drums was started within the Detroit Symphony by bassist-composer Rick Robinson before spinning off in 2012. It info-tains with a surprising mix of pop, Latin, gospel, jazz, folk and dance elements in textural instrumental works. Audience members can join the fun on toy percussion. Featured are Robinson’s funkiest compositions, “Pork ‘n Beans” and “City of
        CultureSource Thursday, September 20

        Penny Stamps Speaker Series– Morag Myerscough: Belonging

        A proud Londoner, Morag Myerscough has always lived in the city and has been fascinated by how color, pattern, and words can change urban environments and perceptions of spaces into places. From schools and hospitals to cultural hubs and town centers, Myerscough explores the theme of “belonging” in her work, using it to transform public spaces by creating welcoming, engaging experiences for everyone. Myerscough’s Temple of Agape, built for the 2014 Festival of Love on
        CultureSource Thursday, September 20

        Thursday Night Market

        We’re proud to announce our Thursday Night Market for summer 2018! We will be filling the sheds with food, drinks, music, art, and shopping.
        CultureSource Friday, September 21

        Friday Night Live! Maria Meirelles: The Prokofiev Piano Sonatas

        Pianist Maria Meirelles performs the Piano Sonatas of Russian pianist and composer, Sergei Prokofiev.
        CultureSource Friday, September 21

        Have We Met: Dialogues on Memory and Desire

        Curated by Srimoyee Mitra. Artists include: Rudolf Baranik, Al Loving, Michele Oka Doner, Emory Douglas, Stephanie Dinkins, Brendan Fernandes, Chitra Ganesh, Carole Harris, Maren Hassinger, Josh MacPhee, Native Art Department International, Yoko Ono, Martha Rosler, Buster Simpson, Gregory Sholette, Leni Sinclair, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, and Zafos Xagoraris.

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