Flint Public Art Project (FPAP) is excited to announce the first ever Easter Art Hunt on April 21st, 2019. Ten wheat paste posters, designed by Cuban-Flint artist Agenor Martí Fernández, will be strategically placed throughout the City of Flint, in locations highlighting the the community’s effort to improve our city. The goal of the project is to get people to see and interact with places such as parks, gardens, community centers, organizations, and other locations that community member have invested time and money in to improve the beauty of their neighborhood. FPAP will release a locator map of the posters on April 21st. The first ten people who locate all the posters, and post pictures of all ten on Flint Public Art Project’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/flintproject/) with the hashtag #flintpublicart, will receive a signed limited-addition print. A very limited number of prints will be available at Totem Books for $20.00 each.
For additional information please contact:
Joseph Schipani firstname.lastname@example.org 810-820-0275.
Martí Fernández (https://www.agenormarti.com/) is a professional visual artist, based in Flint. His artistic career spans 25 years and three continents. Born in Cuba, he started traveling very early in his life. At age 16, he had his first solo exhibition at the Gallery of the French Lyceum in Montevideo, Uruguay. Since then, his solo exhibitions, which number in the dozens, have taken place is such diverse places as Finland, Portugal, Norway, etc., the most recent of these taking place in the Baltic Contemporary Art Gallery in Slupsk, Poland.