Have you ever wondered what a Tree would say if you could ask it a question? Here’s your chance! Trees are important to a city. But there are lots of mixed feelings about trees in Detroit. This project seeks to open up this messy conversation, and tie it to place, memory, and the potential for transformation. Visit the Detroit Riverfront and Dequindre Cut throughout the month of September to interact with this live exhibit and ongoing conversation between Detroiters and trees. Part scavenger hunt and part inquiry, bring your phone and your opinions and #talktreetome this September. Learn more at TalkTreeToMe.com. This event is free and open to the public. Pre-registration is not required.
A closing event will take place September 30, 2020 from 4-7pm.
ABOUT THE CLOSING EVENT
What do Trees say? At the close of Detroit Month of Design, head to Valade Park along the Detroit Riverfront to check out the results of the month-long collaboration between Detroiters and the Trees. Conversations between the Trees and Detroiters as well as photos and visualized data from the event will be on display. Learn more at TalkTreeToMe.com. This event is free and open to the public. Pre-registration is not required.