Creative practice is a foundational piece to all that we do at Title Track. Enjoy some music, art, poetry, or video creations that we have produced or collaborated on over the past year.
Celebrating Earth Day & 4 years of Title Track!
Come see us at the Traverse City Civic Center this Saturday! Let’s celebrate Earth Day and 4 years of Title Track together!
Piper Carter featured in One Detroit’s feature: “Detroit’s rap roots: The history of how Detroit created its unique hip hop style”
Tune in to this special story from One Detroit in honor of hip hop's 50th anniversary as Title Track board member Piper Carter shares about Detroit hip hop’s unique sound, early inspirations, and continuing evolution.
Celebrate Black History Month with our partners at E3
We encourage you to celebrate Black History Month with our partners at Northern Michigan E3, who are spotlighting important Black leaders throughout the month as well as sharing weekly days of action in support of their efforts in our community.
Happy Earth Day! Celebrating 3 years of Title Track!
Enjoy this Earth Day / 3rd anniversary livestream from Seth Bernard and please consider supporting our ongoing efforts on behalf of clean water, racial equity, and youth empowerment!
Raffle to support Title Track – deadline Friday, 9/17 at 12noon.
Check out this beautiful quilted butterfly cat hat created by the multi-talented Chicago-based artist/quilter/writer Grace Rother and currently being raffled off by Four Letter Word Coffee with all $$ raised going to Title Track!
2021 Water is Life Festival this September 4!!
Title Track is honored to be a partner for the 4th annual Water is Life Festival on September 4, 2021. Join us for this annual event that celebrates our connection to the water and builds power through community so we can work towards living in a holistic way with the water and protect it from those who seek to exploit or endanger it.
Amplify Fellowship Feature #3: Kenyatta Rashon
Our third showcase in our collaboration with the Amplify Project is Kenyatta Rashon, an Ypsilanti based singer who goes behind the scenes of her powerful song, "Free," sharing reflections on what it means to be accepting of oneself.
Amplify Fellowship Feature #2: Dani Darling
Our second showcase in our collaboration with the Amplify Project is Dani Darling, a jazzy chanteuse from Ann Arbor with an experimental lo-fi sound that is intimate and poetic. Check out the full video featuring an intimate performance of her song, "The Down."
Amplify Fellowship Feature #1: London Beck
Our first showcase in our collaboration with the Amplify Project is the one of a kind recording artist, London Beck. Check out the full video “The Story of Black Satin,” featuring a stunning a cappella rendition of the song and reflections on vulnerability, darkness, and the power that each person holds that no one can take away.
Skill Swap Youtube channel
Check out our Skill Swap YouTube channel featuring archival videos from Skill Swap 2020 - Live on the World Wide Web, co-presented with Crosshatch.