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The Art Right Party: An Innovative Approach to Arts & Activism


If you’re looking to party tonight and you want to feel good about doing it, we have just the thing. ART is UR HUMAN RIGHT‘s Alexandria Petrous has teamed up with Haute to Death and El Club Detroit to host the “The Art Right Party,” an exciting hybrid event that seeks to engage attendees through various mediums with the purpose of creating a space of refuge that also functions as a catalyst for constructive action.

Art Is Ur Human Right will be celebrating its launch with ‘The Art Right Party’ on Friday, September 28th at 8pm at El Club in southwest Detroit. The event will feature music from popular Detroit DJ’s Haute to Death, Crate Digga, and Brooklyn, NY native WRCKLES, as well as a surprise special guest performance. The event will also be raising funds for the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center, and the fashion presentation promises to be a very unique show bringing awareness to the global refugee / immigrant crisis.”

Detroit native Alexandria Petrous founded A.I.U.H.R. in an effort to combine her creative talents with her passion for social justice related to the rights of refugees and immigrants in the U.S. and across the globe. Alex began sewing and sketching at an early age, and while she is mostly self-taught, she also had the chance to further refine her skills at The International Academy of Design and Technology. A total of four years in the making, A.I.U.H.R. stems from Alex’s passion for science fiction, pop culture, and artistic activism.

With a talented lineup of performers, a highly anticipated debut, and a larger purpose that gives a deeper meaning to the event as a whole, “The Art Right Party” promises to be a unique and meaningful experience for collaborators and attendees alike. Visit the Facebook page here and be sure to join us tonight at 8pm for an unforgettable night of creative expression and tangible impact.


Broccoli is a scientific artisan with a personality disorder. His work often centers around identity, the relationship between an artist and their work, and the psychology of emotion. He likes to lay out in the sun and grow.

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