Coming Up @ The Carr Center
September 8 ONLY IN DETROIT
Detroit documentarian, photographer, and director, Cyrus Tetteh, in a one-man show that captures the city’s most authentic people and moments over the past decade.
September 26th EDUCATORS NIGHT IN MIDTOWN
Detroit’s cultural institutions host a special night of programming activities for all visual and performing arts teachers, showing the wealth of resources we all have to offer their students.
I just saw this young man throw down on the bass at MSU. Amazing concert led by professor and jazz great Rodney Whitaker’
Yesss… He’s a BAD, BAD young man!
talking about Brandon Rose & Soul Therapy Concert at the Performance Studio
The Carr Center has a unique history in Detroit, fulfilling a critical need for elevating Black artistic excellence in visual arts, dance, arts education, and jazz.
To simply call Rodney (Whitaker)a teacher would be an understatement. He has made such an impact on my life — as he has for so many young musicians — as a teacher, mentor and example of what a man should be.
The jessica Care moore Vibe Sessions are
Vibe Sessions. Let’s goooo!!!!!!!!
Commenting on VIBE SESSIONS
curated & hosted by jessica Care moore
Meet the Artist: Elonte Davis
Meet The Artist: Cyrus Tetteh
Meet the Artist: Kris Nobles
Who We Are
the Carr Center leverages the essence of the African American cultural experience to inspire, entertain, challenge and educate. It is a place where artists, across all disciplines, and community come together. We accomplish our mission through three core programs:
the Carr Center Contemporary, The Carr Center Arts Academy and the Carr Center Presents….
the Carr Center is devoted to the preservation, presentation, promotion and development of the African and African American cultural arts traditions within our multicultural community.
It is a gift of emotion, joy and inspiration. In every presentation, the Carr Center aims to be a platform for unmerited giving.