Chelsea Creates New City Vibe with SculptureWalk

The City of Chelsea is excited to announce that, for the 12th year, sculptures will be lining the city streets and parks. There are 14 new sculptures that are gracing the streets, giving viewers a new outdoor activity to do! This year’s SculptureWalk had 35 applicants and, of the 14 selected sculptures, 3 artists are

Rally Cry – Hannah Baiardi Advocates for Youth, Future on New ‘What Will Our Children Say’ Single

Hannah Baiardi’s latest single speaks volumes about the nation’s turbulent present and its potentially devastating impact on future generations. The Ann Arbor jazz-soul composer, pianist, and vocalist eloquently addresses this lingering notion amidst elections, pandemics, racial injustices, and environmental and political crises on her latest thoughtful piano ballad, “What Will Our Children Say,” which is

Making Theatre in Uncertain Times

Michigan theatre companies reinvent themselves in a time of change Despite obstacles and limitations, people have responded to current events by making art. With COVID-19 making live theatre impossible, and amid protests over police brutality, Michigan theater companies are redefining theatre. “Challenges can prove opportunities for continuing to reflect, inform, and promote change,” says Lee