Music & Art

Our space is the perfect venue for all creatives. We try to provide a variety of art and music to our community. We have a team of experts to help with the selection, coordination and curation of our entertainment. See more about them below!

Michelle May

Live Music Curator

A life-long Boston-Edison resident, Michelle began piano lessons with her mother Mary Walton at age 5.  She picked up violin studies at age 10 and flute a year later.  She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Education (Music Minor) from Marygrove College, A Master of Arts in counseling From Wayne State University and a Certificate of Recording Technology from Schoolcraft College.  She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a personal and career development coach for creatives through her company A.M. May & Associates, Inc.  She has performed with numerous ensembles covering classical, jazz, gospel, R&B and soul music including such nationally known artists as Aretha Franklin, Barry White, Donnie McClurkin, Fred Hammond, Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder, Natalie Cole, KEM, Joe Williams, Dizzy Gillespie, Donald Walden, and Dr. Teddy Harris, to name a few.  Michelle leads Musique Noire, a  majority-women world and jazz fusion ensemble with veteran string and percussion players:  Michelle is a 2018 Kresge Artist Fellow, awarded by Kresge Arts in Detroit, a program of the Kresge Foundation.  

Musician Inquiries: Submit here.

Photo Credit: Bruce Turner Photography

Inner Frequency Recordings

Electronic Music Curators

Formed in the winter of 2019 by DJ Eternal Student, the label’s based off a love for deep, soulful, melodic house and techno grooves. Something that we have been in tune to since the beginning. We are here to serve as a platform from which to lauch and share the music of artists we feel strive to deliver a unique yet rich sound authentically based off the roots of the music.

Musician Inquiries: Submit here.

Chanel Beebe

Art Curator

Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Chanel Beebe is a creative artist, writer, and educator who designs, implements, and conducts research on S.T.E.A.M. programming. Chanel has been curating art exhibitions since 2015. Chanel’s curatorial vision prioritizes under-exposed and under-appreciated artists from marginalized communities. 

As a growing “socio-technical activist,” Chanel seeks to blend her values of creativity, equity, health, and sustainability with her formal training as an Industrial Engineer. Ultimately, Chanel hopes her contributions will transform the experience of social reform and well-being for historically disenfranchised people. More of Chanel’s work and progress can be found at

Artist Inquiries: Submit here