HARKER HEIGHTS — Pop-up art, museum and sculpture gallery Arts in Humanity made its debut at Carl Levin Park to a small crowd on Saturday. The gallery, made possible by a dozen artists and vendors, featured new works of art in a variety of styles, including photography, contemporary and non-objective art.
“This event is about honoring the humanity in our art,” event organizer Roshanda Prior told the crowd that gathered to watch a traditional Korean drum dance performed by the band on Saturday. Lily’s Hosanna dance dress. “It’s about empowering us together.”