52 Portraits 06: Audra Kubat


“True artists are supposed to level the playing field not perpetuate the pedestal.” I sat down with singer/songwriter, composer and teacher Audra Kubat in her Detroit loft to discuss this statement and so much more. We touch on the gentrification of Detroit, the importance of acknowledging the humanity of others by simply saying hello, the strength found when you have the courage to be vulnerable and your truest self, and how if people thought about supporting local art the same way that they support local farms and breweries we could help sustain our artists and in turn create healthier communities.

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Click below to listen to our talk!


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