Thank You!


Thank you to the artists, attendees, and community partners who made Art X Detroit 2015 a huge success!

Between April 9-26, thousands of visitors enjoyed over 50 events at nearly 20 cultural venues across Midtown, Downtown, and Eastern Market. The 38 Kresge Eminent Artists and Artist Fellows from 2013 and 2014 as well as their collaborators debuted and shared their work for audiences from all over the region.

The biennial celebration would not have been possible without the incredible support of the festival partners, media partners, community sponsors, and venues listed below.


The Kresge Foundation
Kresge Arts In Detroit (KAID)
Midtown Detroit, Inc.
College for Creative Studies
Creative Many
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD)


WDET-FM 101.9
Fox2 News
Detroit Metro Times
WRCJ-FM 90.9


Allied Media Projects
Arab American National Museum
Art Detroit Now
Cass Cafe
Cinetopia Film Festival
Detroit Institute of Arts
Detroit Public Library
Freep Film Festival
Jail Guitar Doors
Keep Growing Detroit
Marygrove College
Mesopotamian Forum for Art & Culture
Source Booksellers
University of Michigan's Prison Creative Arts Project
Wayne State University Press


The Carr Center | 311 East Grand River Avenue
Cass Café | 4620 Cass Avenue
Cass Corridor Commons | 4605 Cass Avenue
Cinema Detroit | 3420 Cass Avenue
Detroit Institute of the Arts - Detroit Film Theatre | 5200 Woodward Avenue
Detroit Public Library | 5201 Woodward Avenue
DSO Max M. Fisher Music Box | 3711 Woodward Avenue
First Congregational Church | 33 East Forest Avenue
Garden Theater | 3929 Woodward Avenue
Martin Luther King, Jr. Senior High School | 3200 East Lafayette Street
Michigan Opera Theatre - Detroit Opera House | 1526 Broadway Street
Michigan Science Center | 5020 John R Street
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) | 4454 Woodward Avenue
The N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art | 52 East Forest Avenue
Salt & Cedar | 2448 Riopelle Street
Trinosophes | 1464 Gratiot Avenue
Wayne State University Studio Theatre | 4841 Cass Avenue
The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History | 315 East Warren Avenue