The arts that are
driving Detroit.

United Artists of Detroit membership is comprised of an inclusive roster of creatives including Visual Artists, Musicians, Interdisciplinary Artists, Curators, Arts Administrators, Graphic Designers, Textile and Fashion Designers, Printmakers, Filmmakers, Writers, Poets + Spoken Word Artists, Dancers and Performing Artists.


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Andy Kopietz

Andrew is the principal of Good Done Daily, a design and strategy studio that works with mission-driven organizations and community impact programs. With over 14 years of experience, his efforts have helped dozens of established and grass-roots leaders build movements, tell stories, and rally for social change.

Chyna Jones

Fluff Punk is an independent freelance art business that makes art for the inner weird art kid in us all. Started by Chyna Jones, a self proclaimed “weirdo”, Fluff Punk operates in the heart of Detroit, Michigan, a hot spot for urban creatives much like herself. Fluff Punk specializes in...

Julien Godman

Self-employed, international freelance professional excelling in public and media relations, creative writing, interdisciplinary storytelling, and non-profit strategic planning. Broad range, but with specialty in festivals, arts, cultural exchange, creative fundraising campaigns, and event-oriented promotions.

Richie Blanko

Puerto Rican visual artist / Graffiri artist from Southwest Detroit. Currently the resident artist for The Tead Residency.

Stefanie Cohen & Corey Gearhart

Artists Stefanie Cohen and Corey Gearhart, (working formerly under the collective alias “Upended Teacups”,) have been merging, embracing, disrupting, fragmenting and mending our backgrounds, educations, and decades of training in performance art, theatre, dance, somatics, sculpture, writing, drawing, and so on, since 2010. We have presented our performance works and...

Trae IsAAc

I am driven by a genuine passion for manifesting awe-inspiring and psychologically empowering pieces of art. Based on my life as person who has had to find power through loss and peace through discomfort.  Primarily raised by my grandparents, losing my youngest brother and mother to cancer in my mid-teens were...