We are excited about the art supplies, youth jobs and creative activities at a three-month pop up with Arts & Scraps.
Some weeks fly by and at the end of them, we wonder why we never took time to sketch, to paint, to write or edit a poem. Tests and college admissions essays, volunteer work and family commitments distract … Read More
Mint Artists Guild looks forward to meeting many new artists each spring, as we hold Open Interviews for our Creative Summer Jobs program. We strive to be open to all and transparent about how we run Mint. And we prepare … Read More
Trinity Brown learned wire wrapping herself while on a break from dancing, following tips on a YouTube video. She had had surgery on her back for scoliosis. She started doing shows at 13 and soon joined Mint, the youngest artist … Read More
De’Shaia Ventour, a senior at Cass Tech, started making more elaborate duct tape painting after she joined Mint and sold her work at the Palmer Park Art Fair and other Mint events. She still creates beautiful duct tape flower pens … Read More
Artists need more than paint and canvas to make an exceptional impression when they hand over their art to a buyer. A business card won’t do it, and bubble wrap or a protective sleeve is just an appetizer … Read More
Dear friends of Mint, Mint Artists Guild is finishing a year of successes and firsts. We are proud of these – and we see how many more opportunities and challenges we could tackle in 2020 and 2021, with your support … Read More
Jessica Fligger showed up with her family for the Mint Paint Detroit with Generosity opening last month, a rare artist with a rare opportunity – two of them. She left 90 minutes later with two interviews completed and her paintings … Read More