The African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund (AACHAF), a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, announced its award of $100,000 to Detroit Sound Conservancy. With more than $80 million in funding, the Action Fund is the largest U.S. resource dedicated to the preservation of African American historic places. Detroit Sound Conservancy is one […]
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Detroit Sound Conservancy Awarded Relief and Resiliency Grant from Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and CultureSource
We have been awarded a $10,000 “Relief and Resiliency” grant from the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and CultureSource.
KIP:D Planning Grant Awarded by The Kresge Foundation
Very grateful to The Kresge Foundation for believing in our sonic vision for The Blue Bird neighborhood and community. The planning begins now thanks to their support. Detroit Sound Conservancy will conduct community engagement and initial design for the redevelopment of the Blue Bird Inn, an iconic jazz club on Detroit’s west side, into a […]
DSC Receives Grant from Metabolic Studio
Artist Lauren Bon, Director of the Metabolic Studio has given a $10,000 grant to the Detroit Sound Conservancy. This unrestricted contribution will be used over two years to provide general operating support to further the organization’s mission to increase awareness of and support to Detroit’s imaginative musical heritage through advocacy and education in a spirit […]