Submit a proposal by Wednesday, June 26
Flint Public Art Project seeks proposals for temporary installations incorporating two concrete silos at Spring Grove, a restored wetlands and open space near downtown Flint. Two entrants will receive up to $3,500 each for their projects, which will be installed August 1 and September 5.
These installations will be part of Spring Grove Nights, a new summer program series launched by Flint Public Art Project in collaboration with two community partners.
Flint Public Art Project and the Flint Chapter of the American Institute of Architects announce that Two Islands, a team of architects and designers based in London, have won the $25,000 grand prize in the inaugural Flat Lot competition to design and build a temporary summer pavilion on Flint's central downtown parking lot.
An exhibit of the top projects reviewed by the jury opens Friday, June 14 during Flint Art Walk at the First Street Lofts from 6 - 9pm. The temporary pavilion will open Friday, July 12 and will remain on the site until Fall.
The Congress for Urban Transformation brought residents together with artists, architects, and urban planners to reimagine Flint and work on small-scale projects to rebuild the city.