Whether you’re interested in digital screen printing, steel engravings or the creativity of preschoolers, Flint’s art scene has something for everyone this April. For instance:
- The Engraver and Mr. Turner will be on display at the Flint Institute of Arts from April 2 to June 12. The exhibition will explore how paintings by English artist J. M. W. Turner were reproduced through the medium of engraving. On display will be 25 steel engravings printed by Appleton & Co.in the late 19th century, after Turner’s death. For details, visit flintarts.org or call (810) 234-1695.
- The Human Abstract by Missouri artist Colby Jennings will be on display at the Mott Community College Fine Arts Gallery from April 4-10. In addition, Jennings will present a workshop on digital screen printing from noon to 2 p.m. April 5 in the Visual Arts and Design Center, Room 103. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more info, call (810) 762-0443.
- The Alpha Montessori School Exhibition will open at the Greater Flint Arts Council on April 8, as part of 2nd Friday ArtWalk. To learn more, visit greaterflintartscouncil.org or call (810) 238-2787.
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