Featuring a diverse group of artists from the metro Detroit Area
Detroit Windsor Dance Academy
The Detroit-Windor Dance Academy is a non-profit organization established in 1984
by Debra Jean White-Hunt and her husband Bruce Hunt under the belief that if a
community could become re-connected through dance, it would create a community
of healthy, happy and productive citizens. The DWDA has classes available for all age
groups, from toddlers to adults. Their classes include many genres of dance
including ballet, modern, jazz/funk, hip-hop, liturgical, belly dance, and tap. The
DWDA also offers programs to serve the Metropolitan area including Teen
Mentoring Employment, Community Outreach and Education, Ministerial Outreach, and Nutritional Workshops.
Robert is an architect, artist and teacher. Robert studied architecture at Lawrence Institute of Technology and has been a practicing architect for over 30 years. He is currently the Director of the HKS Detroit office. Robert also studied fine art at the College for Creative Studies for 4 years. His art -work has been exhibited at the Lawrence Street Gallery, Michigan Fine Arts Competition, Scarab Club, CCS Alumni Show, Industrial Center Gallery, Carr Center and the HATCH Gallery in Hamtramck.
Duane the Brand New Dog
Duane the Brand New Dog is an “idealist and performance artist first, musician and
singer/songwriter second.” His music is influenced by 80s and 90s electronic with a low-fi, DIY punk aesthetic. He has opened for fellow Detroit native Jack White and The Black Lips. He has two EPs released, “CD-R EP” and “CD-R EP 2.” His debut album titled “CD-R LP” was released this past August.