Stone Street Residency welcomes local designer and hip hop artist Oaklin Mixon to Carriage Town for long-term residency with Flint Public Art Project.
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
We are grateful to Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs for its operational support for Amplifier Inc.’s Flint Public Art Project in 2015, announced at its December meeting.
We’re very fortunate to announce that Flint-native cultural strategist, artist, and producer Ashlee Arder has agreed to join our nonprofit board.