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    METRO TIMES

    Not many cities have a plethora of independent and alternative art forms that flood the streets of Detroit. READ ARTICLE

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    THE KNIGHT FOUNDATION

    For anyone who holds a perception of Detroit as a city in decline, the scenes from last weekend would have been hard to reconcile. READ ARTICLE

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    BROADWAY WORLD

    Sidewalk Festival of Performing Arts will be the first festival of its kind in Detroit to focus exclusively on the prolific work of site-specific performing artists. READ ARTICLE

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    CREATIVE EXCHANGE

    Myers-Johnson set out to make that happen in 2012 when Ryan founded Sidewalk Festival of Performing Arts, an annual platform that allowed emerging experimental and alternative artists in Detroit to showcase their work — in full view of the public. READ ARTICLE

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    THE KRESGE FOUNDATION

    Amid a whirl of color, song, dance, poetry and theater, the inaugural Sidewalk Festival of Performing Arts burst into life in August in northwest Detroit – one small part of Neighborhoods Day activities across the city. READ THE ARTICLE

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    METRO TIMES #2

    Over in Brightmoor, the Motor City Blight Busters will begin demolition of nine abandoned homes, and a Sidewalk Festival of Performing Arts will fill the streets. READ ARTICLE

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    IXITI

    Imagine yourself on a stroll through one of Detroit’s neighborhoods, when suddenly you turn a corner and find yourself in the midst of a massive performance event — Shakespeare, experimental music, dance, and interactive sculptures are all in motion before your eyes. READ ARTICLE

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    DEADLINE DETROIT

    It wasn’t a typical Saturday afternoon in the retail center of the Old Redford/Brightmoor neighborhood as the second annual Sidewalk Festival of Performing Arts brought vivid sights, sounds and activity READ ARTICLE