The Detroit Society of Women Painters and Sculptors
The Detroit Society of Women Painters and Sculptors is one of the oldest self-sustaining women's art organizations in the United States, having been founded by Lillian Burk Meeser on February 23, 1903. Its mission since inception has been to quicken interest in art movements of the day, to stimulate high achievement, active work, and mutual helpfulness among members, and to provide encouragement and support for art students.
Jake Mulka is a self-taught photographer from Detroit. He has been a professional photographer for four years now. His unique eye and editing style are what set him apart from other photographers. Through his hard work and talent, Jacob has earned a spot as a venue photographer at The Crowfoot, Magic Stick, and Masonic Temple.
Jake’s photos focus on various people, places, and events in Detroit. Jacob has had several photography related experiences including: taking photos for the Oakland Post, Metro Times, Hockey Weekly, and Mass Appeal, and music events including MoPOP Detroit and Movement Electronic Festival. His most recent successes include be awarded for his contributions to the Schoolcraft Connection.
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Kimball is an indie-rock band based out of Detroit, Michigan, but they also experiment with other inspired sounds. Current members include lead vocalists Emily Barr and Austin McCauley, drummer Brodie Glaza, and guitarist Jack Mullen. Their 2018 EP titled “North Wilson” brought them into the forefront of the local music scene, and they’ve been able to participate in live-mu-sic events such as Dally In The Alley; Arts, Beats, and Eats; and showcases at El Club and the Loving Touch.