Posts By: detroitsound

Invited: African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund 2020

Posted by & filed under 5021 Tireman, ENDANGERED, Preservation.

Some good news! Earlier this year, we submitted a letter of intent to partially fund the restoration of the Legendary Blue Bird Inn through the National Trust for Historic Preservation‘s very competitive African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund. The grant is worth $50-$150,00. The National Trust got 537 other letters so we are honored to […]

Dan Sicko Collections Fellow

Posted by & filed under EDUCATION, In Memoriam.

We Are Hiring A Collections Coordinator Applications from qualified Wayne State University School of Information Sciences students and recently graduated students DUE Friday, April 24th, 2020. See below for more details and instructions. Overview In partnership with Wayne State University’s School of Information Sciences, Detroit Sound Conservancy (DSC) — a grassroots, do-it-yourself, nonprofit mobile museum […]

Music in the Archives 2020

Posted by & filed under Events, STORYTELLING.

Join us at the Reuther Library January 23 for a night in celebration of Detroit music. With performances by Melvin Davis and Ron English, this free event will highlight the importance of musicians’ oral histories in the community. Held in partnership with Detroit Sound Conservancy, the event features the legendary Blue Bird Inn Stage. Facebook […]

Blue Bird Stage Noel Night 2019

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Detroit Sound Conservancy is pleased to join the Wayne State University Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs for holiday fun at Noel Night 2019 including live music on the Historic Blue Bird Inn Stage! The event begins at 3 pm and goes to 7 pm. Live music includes: 4 pm Mike […]