Destination: Flint – Pink Floyd
Join us for DARK SIDE – THE LIGHT SHOW at the Longway Planetarium. Experience Pink Floyd’s legendary Dark Side of the Moon album set to 4K visuals, stunning LED sequences and 5.1 surround sound. Oh, and all this happens inside a 52 FT. dome–the largest in Michigan!
Limited tickets available for this evening celebrating Flint’s vibrant Cultural Center. This will be an opprtunity to explore the Longway Planetarium and its recent $1.8 million renovations. This fundraising event for Flint Public Art Project is open to out-of-towners and locals alike! Buy tickets today!
THURSDAY JUNE 16, 2016
7:00 – 9:30pm | show starts at 8:30pm
Tickets: $50.00 (includes round trip on charter bus for Detroiters and refreshments)
*Bus from Detroit departs at 6PM. Location TBA
Proceeds from this event will go towards supporting Flint Public Art Project–a production of 501(c)(3) Amplifier Inc.
Thursday, June 16, 2016 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT)
Longway Planetarium – 1310 East Kearsley Street, Flint, MI 48503
Free City 2016 Call for Proposals: Extended
The deadline has been extended forFree City proposals. Send 100-word proposals with images by May 31 to info@
When: August 19 – 20, 2016, 6 – 10 pm
Where: Chevy Commons, entrance at Stevenson between Kearsley and University Ave.
Durant Park Art Parade
The second Neighborhood Art Paradeof 2016 takes place in Durant Park, located in the North area of Flint off N. Saginaw St between E. Witherbee St. and E. Hamilton Ave. The event brings the community together for a block party that combines art, music, food, and fellowship. May’s art parade features a mural at the old Union Print building (1739 Saginaw St.) by local artists Sandra Branch and Gallery on the Go: A Community Art Project. At6:00 pm we will begin the parade, which will route past Union Print and allow everyone to see the amazing mural. After the parade everyone is invited to stay for music by Beat Dreamers and food.
Parking is available at Christ Enrichment Center (322 E Hamilton Ave.).
Where: Durant Park, located in the North area of Flint off from N. Saginaw St between E. Witherbee St and E. Hamilton Ave. (Share on Facebook)
5:30 pm – Durant Park
6:00 pm – Start of Art Parade
6:45 pm – Return to Durant Park
7:00 pm – Music by Beat Dreamers and food
Flint Public Art Project produces the Neighborhood Art Parade in cooperation with Neighborhood Restoration Coalition, Salem Housing, Neighborhood Engagement Hub, Flint Neighborhoods United, Christ Enrichment Center, UFO Village, Civic Park Neighborhood Association, Michigan State Police, the Flint Police Department, and Walmart.
Crowdfunding for Free City 2016
Flint Public Art Project (FPAP) invites you to help make this festival possible by making a donation today.
Our goal of $10,000 will support fees, expenses, and materials for emerging artists, providing them a platform to explore their work and give audiences in Flint unexpected experiences.
Download the How to Make a Public Art Event poster and Flint Public Art Project Guide to the City.