ZIMBABWE CULTURAL CENTRE IN DETROIT’Smission is to educate, archive, & promote the arts & culture of Zimbabwe. We continuously strive to encourage strong ties between culture-producers & residents in Zimbabwe, Detroit, & abroad, acting as catalysts for critical artistic production as well as cultural exchange between communities.




PARTNERS / Power House Production

Gina Reichert speaking on behalf of Power House Production during the welcoming event at the Play House for Makoomba ZCCD Residence, 2017. Her partner, Mitch Cope is seated next to her.

Couple team that runs the Power House Productions in Detroit in a community called Banglatown were instrumental in the creation and support to ZCCD since its initiative. 

Power House Productions (PHP) is an artist-run neighborhood-based nonprofit organization founded by Mitch Cope and Gina Reichert in 2009. Through a network of project houses, art installations, and dynamic programs, PHP integrates contemporary art and artistic practices into the daily life of our diverse Detroit neighborhood, creating public spaces for the exchange of ideas, opinions and experiences.

Our strategy is to embed contemporary art practices into the area, with the neighborhood itself as a site of cultural and artistic production. Projects are driven by artists who live and work in the neighborhood, while open to an exchange of work from the national and international art world. Strategic partnerships with other groups that share our goals allow the organization to remain small but have greater impact. Through programs that cross cultures and genres, we engage fellow residents on multiple levels including research and feedback, as audience members, and through project participation. PHP provides opportunities for artists to push their practice in new and meaningful directions while raising the outlook and expectations of neighborhood residents.

Visit powerhouseproductions.org for more information on what they do.