Public Domain is the first art event to be hosted at Metropolis, Detroit. I helped to budget and plan the event, activities, and set up. In addition, I created the first wave of marketing materials. Here is a press release I wrote that explains more about the event:

As a citizen, you may not often think about the public domain and the art that you own as a result of your tax dollars. However, at the grand opening of the Metropolis warehouse, we are bringing these public domain works to you in a way that allows for meaningful interaction and connection. With dozens of paintings and other experiences on display in large format, this event offers a unique opportunity to engage with these works in person, rather than just through a screen.

Not only do we want to share these works with the community of Detroit, but we also hope to raise awareness about the organizations that protect and preserve them. Creative Commons law is currently under threat, and it is important that we take action to ensure that these works are not kept hidden from the public.

We invite you to join us at this free event, which will feature art, food, drinks, and educational opportunities in our newly renovated warehouse district building. Don't miss out on this chance to engage with and appreciate the art that belongs to all of us.
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