Audacity Digi in Detroit | VisitDetroit.com
For three, twelve hours. For days our film crew, FullView Productions, followed Evita’s experience of exploring and connecting with Detroiters. These are some clips from each location and interview that expand the built-in sustainability of our community. Learn more about thoughts on the Latin X identifier, the importance of creating space for others to succeed, and using restaurant space to elevate a community and more.
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Director of Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurship, City of Detroit
Evitas Detroit Itinerary
When Evita Robinson, founder of Nomadness Travel Tribe and Audacity Fest, said yes to come to Detroit to partake in a spotlight on our city, we were overjoyed. Pandemic restrictions aside, the hardest part of preparing for her three day visit was narrowing down the places, rooms, and people she could share with her! Check out her itinerary and check out all of the hot sports she has attended and the people she is associated with.
Landed at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW), an international, high-level airport with one of Delta’s largest hubs in the country. Find out about DTW’s efforts to protect the airport, travelers and employees during the pandemic.
Checked in at the Element Hotel in the Metropolitan. In addition to being in a prime location, this downtown downtown hotel is just yards from great retail stores, restaurants and cultural experiences. The Element offers luxury accommodation at no luxury cost.
Dinner in the Central Kitchen in the Campus Martius area in the city center. A black owned restaurant that adds a touch of Detroit to the traditional American fair. Delicious food and delicious cocktails were definitely a highlight of the night.
Photo shoot in some of the hottest spots in downtown Detroit. The art scene is so inspiring and expansive that there are over 1,000 murals in Detroit alone. Not to mention stopping by two of Detroit’s premier cultural institutions, the Motown Museum and the Charles H. Wright Museum.
Downtown shopping is saturated with a wide variety of options. Evita couldn’t leave these locations without making a purchase!
Detroit is the new black
First round of interviews
- DOSE Collective – This is where Evita meets Tee Capel, the founder of DOSE Collective, to talk about the importance of support and partnership.
- EastEats – In this new downtown dining experience, Evita meets EastEats co-founder Kwaku Osei-Bonsu and the director of the Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurship division to talk about how art and innovation are driving startup culture in Detroit .
- La Jalisciense – This Mexicantown gem welcomed Evita and the crew to sit down with WeAreCultureCreators, co-founder Michael Reyes and SomosCultureCreators co-founder Ejay Juarez and Detroit’s first 24-hour business ambassador Adrian Tonon.
- Mexicantown Murals – One of the many Instagram-worthy murals in Mexicantown.
- Kulturhaus – WeAreCultureCreators – Where Ejay and Reyes created a campfire for Evita and the crew to continue the conversation.
Second round of interviews
The Monarch Club – Where the round table with our ambassadors in Detroit took place.
Detroit Beauty Collective – Where founder Brittany Waters shared her goals to enrich the local beauty industry and its professionals.
Whlgn House – This is where artist and creator Tony Whlgn talks to Evita about the impact and development of art in Detroit.
COVID rapid test
- Evita and her staff were quickly tested during their visit to ensure that safety for them and others remained a priority.
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