Mint keeps growing and jumping into new activities. Here’s six more launched this summer.
Mint Artists Guild is blooming with growth, and has broken records this year. Read more in our yearend By the numbers report.
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, …
With your internship about to end, you must work harder than ever – and build your portfolio and connections.
She’s creative and business-like and more.
Mint Artists Guild is on a mission – make that two missions. One serves creative youth and children in Detroit, creating opportunities and launching careers, teaching business skills and more. The second creates more room for art in Detroit, with donated art and art exhibits, Free Art Fridays, free arts and crafts and our growing Art in Windows initiative. Our …
Mint continues to grow and give back in Detroit. Here’s a half dozen of the ways from the pandemic year.
[space_20] When we leap into something new and big, it helps to bring along an optimist and a make-magic-happen person like Will Langford. Known as Will The Poet, he has a history of helping Mint and our young artists. And he also served as the voice of Michigan State University’s “Empower Extraordinary” campaign. He will use his positive energies and …
Mint’s spring fundraiser will support our Lucky 13 aspiring artists and so much more goodness.
Focus on learning something new – like knitting. Or create a first resume. Our new ideas for Creativity in Complicated Times are here.