A nonprofit enlists thinkers from so-called “third world” countries to build a new arts hub in Detroit.
A new set of “Black Lives Matter” street signs carrying some provocative messages will appear in New York City in October.
What could be a better catwalk than 14th Street? Well, probably most places. It’s crowded, noisy, cluttered with retail, and not one of the most attractive streets in Manhattan. Yet in its two week run from October 5 to 15, Art in Odd Places, involving more than 100 artists tackling the theme of “Model” for its eighth edition, transformed it into a place where sudden moments of fashion and style could appear, provided you were in the right place at the right time.