I have been scouring the internet, looking for articles for my classes. While most have dealt with the histories of various local structures, I have also had the luck of stumbling upon other reports and narratives of people's time spent here.
One such find was a blog entry entitled The Flint Ecological Urbanism Project which outlined an effort to draw inspiration from Flint's past, present, and future and allow artists to instal perform original works in the city.
This reminded me of last summer's discussion about public art in Flint. Since that discussion, the University of Michigan Flint installed a statue of Ghandi in Willson Park, and a good friend of mine put some color in Riverbank park. What do you think?