Friday, April 13, 2007

call for talent

I just turned on WDET to hear Mitch Cope and the mayor of Hazel Park talking about the Call for Talent tomorrow night at the Days Inn in Hazel Park. The major sounds like he wants Hazel Park to be an inviting place for artists to work and have a community.

"A NIGHT OF 18,963 STARS:
AN UNUSUAL TALENT SHOW FEATURING THE RESIDENTS OF HAZEL PARK

At Days Inn ‚ The Park (formerly known as La Casa Inn)
One w. Nine Mile Road, Hazel Park, MI 48030
"A Night of 18,963 Stars" will feature a scintillating array of talented citizens residing in the small town of Hazel Park, MI. With special guest Christopher Fachini and "The Mental Machine," which premiered at MOCAD's grand opening in October 2006 and was produced in Hazel Park with the help of Rick Gage from Richard Gage's Design Studio!" DETAILS

9 Comments:

Anonymous bored said...

wow, fachini again. big surprise.zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.......

10:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Above poster should be named "jealous" instead of "bored".

2:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's all fine and good but La Casa Inn is no longer La Casa Inn? sacrilege

10:46 PM  
Anonymous z said...

jealous. no.
my point. should we expect to see fachini whenever cope has a hand in something?
nepotistic moves again?

12:01 PM  
Anonymous buttcher said...

doesnt bother me. I just think we need MORE and MORE cliques showing the works of their friends and aquaintances......it would be REALLY exciting and busy around here then

12:23 PM  
Anonymous buttcher said...

all of those clliques showing and overlapping and conversing makes up an

ART WORLD!!!!:

12:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Granted, overlapping groups would make detroit more exciting, and I'm all for this.
Unfortunately there is a clique hierarchy (a possible 'coolness' factor) which often times excludes other cliques or artists, thus limiting some venues to a narrow group of people.
I think Motor City Brewery's wed nights are more of an 'open market' venue that debunk much of the hierarchy found in cliques. Because it's open to pretty much anyone, the clique factor is removed and there is more room for variety and dialogue.

3:48 PM  
Blogger detroit art works said...

Did anyone check this out? I went there at 10pm and ran into someone in the parking lot who said the last act was just finishing and from the looks of it...it didn't look that populated. I didn't at that point want to pay to see one act at at somewhat quiet looking hotel.

8:13 PM  
Anonymous Mr. Hamtramck said...

I heard the show was the shit.

I also heard that a Miss Hamtramck pagent could be next.

3:42 AM  

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