Chevy Commons, Spencer's Art House, Stone Street, Spring Grove Silos
Free City 2014 returns to Chevy Commons for its second annual public event. This two-day festival of art, design and technology opens up the former industrial site for emergent uses in art, design, new media, and community engagement.
Flint Public Art Project invites applications for the Stone Street Residency, a program providing free or low-cost housing to artists, designers, community leaders, teachers, and others to pursue short-term projects in Flint, Michigan.
SiTE:LAB @ the Morton, Monroe Center and Ionia Avenue NW, Grand Rapids, MI
Amplifier/ Flint Public Art Project’s installation in collaboration with Joe Reinsel for the 2014 ArtPrize incorporates indoor and outdoor projection mapping components to involve the public in light’s capacity to instantly transform space both at night on the building’s surface and indoors during the day.
Flint Public Art Project’s art parades move to city’s east side.
Scott Atkinson, Mlive, July 24, 2014.