Meet some of our artists behind the Mint art greeting cards. They are creative types with varied career paths.
Mint’s wish list this year is heavy on arts and crafts materials.
Join us for a wide variety of activities and generosity during our Paint Detroit with Generosity exhibit at the MSU – Detroit Center.
Mint Artists Guild’s Summer Jobs brought in five Mint interns – who are known as Minterns – from the Wolverine Pathways program at the University of Michigan and the Urban Alliance. Us Minterns have dug into an array of creative work developing social media campaigns, writing blog posts, organizing art supplies, planning for the Concert of Colors Youth Art Fair, …
Summer brings long lazy days without school and with fewer responsibilities. And that opens up more time for children and families to explore their creativity. We want to share why that is important and where families with children may find creative activities in metro Detroit. First the why it matters. Creating art in school may increase learning, and improve …
Coloring can be great fun and researchers say it may increase your mindfulness and creativity.
Learn about Mint’s growth and success in 2021 in this success by the numbers report.
Mint’s new guide helps emerging artists prepare for a commission.
Painting outdoors – or en plein air painting – started 200 years ago with groups of French and English artists. Artist John Constable’s paintings View on the Stour (1819) and The Hay Wain (1821) were created outdoors and won gold medals at the prestigious Salon in Paris. Impressionists Claude Monet and Camille Pissarro captured light and modern life by painting al …
Visit Mint in three parks this summer, or head to many other places, in person or online, for your creative child and family fun.