The Detroit Artists Monthly will be re-launched.
DAM was a not-for-profit arts' publication, based in Detroit from 1976- 1981 supported in part by the Michigan Foundation for the Arts, Michigan Council for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. It featured international and local visual and performing artists including: Andy Warhol, Edward Ruscha, Vito Acconci, John Baldessari, Carl Andre, Dick Higgins, Marcia Tucker, John Neff, Robert Pincus-Witten, Ray Johnson, and many others.
Diane Spodarek was the founder, along with Randy Delbeke in Detroit. She was the magazine's editor and known for her hard-hitting and off-beat interviews with artists and art critics. The DAM was always about supporting artists and towards the end of its existence supporting musicians who were artists as well.
Interviews, stories, anecdotes, etc. past and present to follow. If you have anything to contribute, drop me a line.