The physical and emotional health and safety of the youth, artists, audiences, and the team we at Mosaic have the honor of walking alongside are deeply important to us. We send much love to all who have been directly or indirectly impacted by COVID-19. We hold space for the many members of our community who are affected by cancelations of programs, performances, and other gatherings throughout the youth development and arts & culture community and beyond. We realize that things continue to evolve and that they will have a lasting impact on how we move forward collectively and individually.
Please note that Mosaic offices are not currently open to the public. Mosaic shares the historic Miller campus with University Prep Science and Math Elementary School, and we are erring on the side of caution to protect the youth, team, artists, and audiences. We are looking forward to the opportunities that warmer temperatures and advances in vaccines bring for our gathering together again. In preparation, we are working with youth, artists, and partners to plan for in-person, outdoor, arts experiences that engage, transform, and inspire.
We continue to create a safe space and offer support during this time through our virtual programming for young artists and school communities. For more information, please check out these opportunities.
- Youth Ensembles
- School Residencies
- College & Career Pathways
- New Voices Detroit
- Artist Real Talk Series
- Virtual Performances
We continue to follow practices outlined by the CDC, local and state health department. While Michigan is allowing low-risk outdoor and indoor arts and entertainment, we are closely monitoring our sector, the city of Detroit, and around the country as we make plans. For the latest information from the Michigan Health Department, visit https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/.