DIY Filmmaker Meetup

Detroit area filmmakers are invited to the “DIY Filmmaker Meetup” this Thursday, Dec. 10th from 7pm to 9pm.

This is a networking event, for filmmakers of all experience levels to:

  • Meet your fellow filmmakers
  • Show off your current and past projects
  • Find opportunities to collaborate with your peers
  • Recruit cast and crew for your future projects

This event is co-sponsored by Silver Bullet Pictures and Made by Detroit and hosted by i3Detroit, a non-profit, community-based workshop for creative endeavors of all kinds.

Admission is free, but please RSVP here.

For more information contact: thansen@i3detroit.com

Saturday August 15th: Le Hoots presents a live art show!

This Saturday August 15th 2009 Le Hoots presents a live art show at The Comet Bar in Detroit from 9p-2a. Le Hoots has set out to put on a monthly live art show project that allows local Metro Detroit artists to be seen and sell their art work without fees to the artists. Le Hoots brings Art and Music together to help bring more awareness to the local art community of Detroit.

Artists :

  • Sunny Maniaci
  • Mr. Thirsty-One
  • Leslie Ojala
  • Chris Kime
  • Tead Nasty

Music by: Innerphonic & Dj. Richard Wohlfiel

Why not come out after the Woodward Dream Cruise this Saturday and help support our local arts community. All artists will have artwork available for purchase, great music and drinks. Let’s support our friends at Le Hoots!

If you would like to participate in a live art show or have questions feel free to contact them at Lehoots@gmail.com


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i3 Detroit will be attending a “TechShop Movement” discussion at the UofM

i3 Detroit has been invited to what Associate Vice-Presidents Marvin Parnes
and Dan Atkins expect to be a very interesting opportunity to learn about
the “TechShop movement” and to consider a planning process for a Detroit TechShop
model that blends education, economic renewal,innovation, and entrepreneurship.
Phoenix Wang, advisor to the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation,
Diana Rhoten, Director, Digital Media and Learning at the Social
Science Research Council,and Mark Hatch, COO of TechShop in Menlo Park,California
will be here to present and discuss TechShop and how it may be of value to Detroit.

We will make sure to provide further updates of the outcome of the event.
We would like to Thank Dug Song for making sure we were able to be involved.