Flint Public Art Project invites artists and designers in all media to send letters of interest, CVs, and portfolios to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 15th for the coming year of spectacular and socially engaged projects in public space. Our 2016 programs include the fourth annual Neighborhood Art Parade series, Planning Actions at strategic sites, the Free City public art festival, exhibitions and events atSpencer’s Center for Art and Architecture, and projects at the Stone Street Coop & Residency.
- Activate vacant or underused spaces
- Connect people and places
- Amplify the local community
- Transform the image and identity of Flint
ABOUT THE PROJECT
Flint Public Art Project organizes public events, workshops, and temporary installations to inspire residents to reimagine the city, reclaim vacant and underutilized buildings and lots, and use innovative tools to steer the city’s long-term planning.
We support collaborations among local residents and organizations with leading artists, architects, planners, and community organizers from around the world, connecting the city to regional, national, and global movements to revitalize places through art and design.
We are documenting and amplifying the many ways residents, businesses, and institutions are transforming the city, its public image and identity, and broadcasting this new story to audiences throughout the world.