On Friday, July 13 from 7 pm to midnight, the Public Art Project returns downtown to light up the streets with video projections, glowing dancers in white Tyvek suits, a killer techno DJ, and sculptural lounge seating by New York-based Serbian-Jewish architect Srdjan Jovanovic-Weiss.
The first event in a year of art actions throughout the city, including the Congress for Urban Transformation (CUT) in October and the Free City Festival in May, Ground Breaking Art Party transforms First Street between Saginaw and Harrison into a place of spectacle, beauty, and play.
As dusk approaches, join us in the shadow of the famed Genesee Towers for an open-air Art Party: because this is contemporary art in the new city, and the days of the top-down Charity City are at an end.
Produced by Flint Public Art Project in affiliation with Flint Institute of Arts. Featuring Eric Hinds, DJ Litz, and Flint Community Dance Collaboration.