On Friday, February 14, Greater Flint Arts Council will open their African American Artists of Michigan All Media Exhibition. This much-anticipated annual exhibition features fantastic art from throughout the state. The gallery will officially open during this month’s second Friday art walk and will feature a reception in honor of our State’s talented African American Artists from 6-9pm. The reception is free and open to the public. Food and beverages will be offered, and guests will be entertained by the live music of Carl Buckner. The reception and Exhibition will be held at the GFAC building downtown.
ABOUT GREATER FLINT ARTS COUNCIL
“The Greater Flint Arts Council (GFAC) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is ‘to be a catalyst of, and advocate for, increased artistic and cultural enrichment in our ethnically diverse community.’ The Council strives to promote and celebrate the arts-building new partnerships and to lay foundations of cultural growth for all the arts in our community. Our primary service area is Genesee County. We also serve communities adjacent to Genesee County that are part of the greater Flint region.”
The GFAC building is located at 816 S. Saginaw St., Flint, MI. 48502.