Learn more about the types of programs we host at Bank Suey! See photos and re-caps from events you've attended!
We think it's important to come together as a community to learn more about important topics, like "Islamophobia." More info coming soon, check out the Calendar & scroll down to see past talks!
We host visual/interactive exhibits that can serve as a great platform for people to engage with and learn from.
We've hosted trainings and hands-on workshops on topics from window repair to starting a small business to owning property in your community. More info coming soon, check out the Calendar & scroll down to see past workshops!
Our space is great for off-site meetings with an inspiring backdrop. We're proud to be able to support
From March 31 -May 29, 2017 We are hosted Wojtek Sawa's "The Wall Speaks - Voices of the Unheard" an internationally renowned multimedia exhibition, combining Art & History. We co-created 12+ talks around human rights and history as a part of this pop-up museum experience.
We host ticketed fundraising events for like-minded organizations & non-profits. This is one of the few cases that we do have ticketed semi-private events.
RECENT CALENDAR EVENTS:
What happens when residential homes become spaces for art? How does this impact the neighborhood? How is this different (or the same) in South Africa v. the U.S.? Join us for a discussion between Palesa & Siphiwe Ngwenya (Maboneng Township Arts Experience, South Africa) and Gina Reichert & Mitch Cope (Power House Productions, Detroit) to explore what it means to build community at the neighborhood scale through home housed art and performance.
Do you want to learn more about how you can become a small real estate developer for a project in your neighborhood? Are you an advocate or local leader looking to encourage better buildings in your community?
Monte Anderson has slowly worked to improve his neighborhood in South Dallas over the last 30 years. He'll discuss how to cultivate the neighborhood you live in through development.
Hosted by the Incremental Development Alliance