Featuring a diverse group of artists from the metro Detroit Area
Edmund Alyn Jones
Edmund Alyn Jones has been performing since he was four years old. As a clown
apprentice to his grandmother, Edmund was one of the youngest members of the World Clown Association. Despite living in a rough neighborhood, Edmund believed college
was a way out of “The Hood,” so he became a valedictorian. Ever since, Edmund has
held kids from similar backgrounds close to his heart. To help them, Edmund became a theatre instructor to young people in the Metro Detroit area and has worked with the
YMCA to reach out to the kids from Detroit’s East side where he is from.
Lac La Belle
Lac La Belle is an acoustic duo from Detroit, Michigan. Made up of multi-instrumentalists Jennie Knaggs & Nick Schillace, Lac La Belle is influenced by early Americana, blending history with the present to create stories that capture the human experience via accordion, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, organ, harmonizing vocals, and finger-picking resonator guitar.
Andrew Ross Evans
Evans is a Detroit based photographer.
"My only goal in life is to share my vision with the world. There is beauty in every
moment and I was born to capture it. What is the point of beauty if it is bound by
mortality? Life is fleeting; I've been dying since the day I was born. Humans, plants, buildings, everything ends, everything dies. I photograph to cheat death, to immortalize a
moment in time."
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