President & CEO's Blog

Dear CultureSource Members,
August. What used to be a time of reprieve, of vacations and rest before the fall arts kickoff, has been replaced by a continuous cycle of momentous arts events. The Midtown Detroit cultural corridor witnessed the openings of several monumental exhibitions throughout the summer, including at the DIA, Detroit Historical Museum and The Wright, taking advantage of a time when people spend more time outdoors and away from their couches, embracing new experiences and revisiting favorite spaces.
CultureSource works to build audience and awareness for the cultural consumers who frequent your different venues, from attending concerts, art openings and educational programs through our Calendar. Have you posted your fall season yet? Each week, we share your events and stories with more than 10,000 readers, while also feeding your events onto and their Fall Arts & Culture Guide. Posting your events directly to is your best chance to make sure that Southeast Michigan audiences know the diverse programs you are presenting.
Did you know you can also take over our Instagram account? As the Michigan Philharmonic prepared for their outdoor summer concerts, and as The War Memorial finished their 3-week run of SummerFest, they allowed CultureSource followers behind-the-scenes. If you are interested in participating this fall, please email Hillary Brody.
Finally, The Source now offers advertising. Looking to highlight an exhibit or show? Want to run a ticket giveaway? We have options that work for you.
The CultureSource Team