CriticCar Detroit highlighting Detroit's art scene

CriticCar Detroit highlighting Detroit's art scene

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DETROIT, Mich. (WJBK) -

Creative talent is overflowing around Detroit. One organization is working to make the city's art scene the center of attention.

CriticCar is an on-the-go organization that encourages patrons of the Detroit arts to share their reviews. The CriticCar team films short interviews with patrons before, during or after events, and then shares the interviews online for others to learn more about the city's creative atmosphere.

"The arts is one of the top revitalization points of Detroit, and everybody talks about a lot of other aspects, but really, the arts here are so alive," Jennifer Conlin from CriticCar tells Fox 2's Alexis Wiley.

VIDEO: Click on the video player above to learn more about CriticCar in Wiley's report

Online

Facebook: CriticCar Detroit Facebook page
YouTube: CriticCar Detroit YouTube page

Learn more: http://www.artrainusa.org/exhibitions.asp#criticcar

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