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About ArtHouse 43

ArtHouse 43 (LLC) is an arts organization that creates arts related events with the purpose of having a stronger artistic culture in our communities.

ArtHouse 43 (LLC) is an arts organization that creates arts related events with the purpose of having a stronger artistic culture in our communities. We put on art shows, art events and continue our ArtHouse Radio podcast which is found on every major podcast platform, including iTunes. We believe people want a consistent, vibrant art scene, and that an interesting arts culture strengthens our community, improves the economic situation and increases the quality of the interactions that we have with each other.


Troy D. Ramos
President, CEO and Founder
ArtHouse 43
Battle Creek, Michigan

 Awards:
Troy Ramos’s Sound Space Wins ArtPrize’s Pitch Night Detroit!
Media Interview with Troy Ramos on Sound Space at ArtPrize 10


Art shows:
Sound Space (ArtPrize 10)
Phasing Moments
Northside Art Show
Between the Lines

Troy Ramos Music/Sound Art Releases:
Twelve Stars (Ambient Piano LP)
The Sound Works of Phasing Moments (Electronic Sounds).
Birth of a Ghost Bike (Project 100)
Sonic Sketches (Piano and Electronic Sounds)

Podcasts: ArtHouse Radio and Art City Now and Troy Meets World

ArtHouse 43, LLC
Detroit, Michigan

President, CEO and Founder:
Troy D. Ramos

ArtHouse 43
Santos Ramos
Justin Andert
Kirsten Russell-Ramos
Christopher Ramos

TROY RAMOS  Founder, CEO ArtHouse 43   Troy Ramos  (b. 1975) BC, Michigan   BA: Western Michigan University ('04), Music & German    MA: University of York in UK, Music Composition ('08)   I am an artist, composer and curator. I'm aiming to create non-directional works with a sense of timelessness. Without the need to be somewhere, the works are free. They are allowed to be themselves, allowed to be anywhere and nowhere.   My works almost have no ending and no beginning. They are part of a loop, just like myself. Everything I create is part of a continuous process. And any idea I have, any work I present, is just a small part of a larger work. And so each individual work also functions as a departure point toward some other idea. From there I continue these artistic thoughts until I cannot.  I create sound works because I want to confront silence. These sound ideas are like objects that I transform into something completely new, or into familiar objects that are being described in a different way. And present these works with light or video installations, which I create so that observers can sit in the spaces I’ve constructed and experience themselves and the universe around them, hopefully in a thoughtful way. How listeners experience my works is up to them, of course. In time, the works hopefully become clearer.  My artworks are not sponges for humanity’s problems. They have their own meaning: themselves.

TROY RAMOS
Founder, CEO
ArtHouse 43

Troy Ramos (b. 1975) BC, Michigan
BA: Western Michigan University ('04), Music & German
MA: University of York in UK, Music Composition ('08)

I am an artist, composer and curator. I'm aiming to create non-directional works with a sense of timelessness. Without the need to be somewhere, the works are free. They are allowed to be themselves, allowed to be anywhere and nowhere.

My works almost have no ending and no beginning. They are part of a loop, just like myself. Everything I create is part of a continuous process. And any idea I have, any work I present, is just a small part of a larger work. And so each individual work also functions as a departure point toward some other idea. From there I continue these artistic thoughts until I cannot.

I create sound works because I want to confront silence. These sound ideas are like objects that I transform into something completely new, or into familiar objects that are being described in a different way. And present these works with light or video installations, which I create so that observers can sit in the spaces I’ve constructed and experience themselves and the universe around them, hopefully in a thoughtful way. How listeners experience my works is up to them, of course. In time, the works hopefully become clearer.

My artworks are not sponges for humanity’s problems. They have their own meaning: themselves.

SANTOS RAMOS  OutReach Coordinator ArtHouse 43

SANTOS RAMOS
OutReach Coordinator
ArtHouse 43

CHRIS RAMOS  Director of Marketing and Finance ArtHouse 43

CHRIS RAMOS
Director of Marketing and Finance
ArtHouse 43

JUSTIN ANDERT  Public Relations  ArtHouse 43

JUSTIN ANDERT
Public Relations
ArtHouse 43

KIRSTEN RUSSELL-RAMOS  Volunteer Coordinator ArtHouse 43

KIRSTEN RUSSELL-RAMOS
Volunteer Coordinator
ArtHouse 43