Friday, September 7, 2012

Intern/Volunteer Info Session

This Saturday at 7pm, Flint Public Art Project is holding a one-hour information session for potential volunteers and interns.

This is an amazing opportunity to get directly involved with an exciting, high impact project.

FPAP volunteers will provide critical support for our art and design projects, events, workshops, exhibitions, interventions and actions. We are looking specifically for social media power-users, street artists, designers, and others interested in the built environment.

FPAP interns will help drive our programming and projects, collaborating directly with visiting artists, designers, staff, and local stakeholders, co-curating shows, developing original projects and programs.

About Flint Public Art 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 guide Flint’s master planning process and improve the city’s design.

Flint Public Art Project supports collaborations between 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 neighborhoods and cities through art and design.

The project will publicize and amplify the many ways local residents, businesses, and institutions are transforming Flint and its public image and identity, and broadcast this new story to audiences throughout the city and the world.

FPAP Intern / Volunteer Information Session
124 W. 1st Street
(Above The Local)
Flint, Michigan
Saturday, September 8th

Please RSVP to: