Welch Avenue at Chevrolet Avenue, Flint
Join us on Saturday, April 25 from 1 to 4 pm for Art in the Parklet, a day of art, food, and growth at the intersection of Welch and Chevrolet, reimagined as one of the new gateways to the city.
Artists and cultural workers in the Greater Flint/ Genesee County area: help us understand the needs of the community by completing this survey.
Civic Park School (Forest Hill Ave. and W. Dayton St.) and Salem Housing (3216 M.L. King Ave.); Music and food at Ralph Bunche School, 4121 Martin Luther King Ave., Flint, MI
A visual landscape of words animates hopes, dreams, and aspirations for social change in simultaneous Neighborhood Art Parades uniting the Civic Park and Martin Luther King Avenue districts. Download flyer
Sarvis Park, Flint, MI
Long-time Flint residents remember social clubs that used to bring neighbors and performers together for walks on the Northside. Neighborhood Art Parade revives this tradition, creating a fun, ceremonial experience to increase public safety and community cohesion.
Chevy Commons (Stevenson St. between University Ave. and Kearsley St.)
Free City 2015: Being Here invites work that calls to mind the presence of the individual in a specific time and place, exploring the effects of new media and technology on experience.
Stone Street Residency welcomes local designer and hip hop artist Oaklin Mixon to Carriage Town for long-term residency with Flint Public Art Project.