Flint Public Art Project’s 2018 Neighborhood Art Parades partners with Light Up the City, a community policing initiative of the Michigan State Police, to create personal representation through flag to broadcast voices of healing and repair within the city of Flint.
Flint Public Art Project has launched another eight-week after-school art program in two Flint elementary schools. In direct partnership with the Crim Foundation, FPAP has engaged longtime community partner Gallery on the Go to lead students at Doyle Ryder Elementary (K-6) and Durant-Tuuri-Mott Elementary (K-8) in an eight week after-school course in genre-specific art exploration.
STEAM Camp, sponsored by Crim Fitness Foundation, C.S. Mott Foundation, and United Way Genesee County, launches this week at Potter Elementary as a week-long camp at which 130 students from all nine elementary schools and one upper school work in grade-level groups with four non-profit partners: The Children’s Museum, Keep Genesee County Beautiful, Flint River Watershed Coalition, and Flint Public Art Project.
Sculptor and media artist Tomie Seo joins Stone Street Coop & Residency for two months in January and February 2017 to develop a project incorporating mythological symbolism, painting, electronics, kinetics, and photography as a form of social and political commentary and philosophical reflection.