Interactive Science Exhibits and Public Art


May 13, 2013

UM Stamps School Lecturer Michael Flynn‘s Cooperative Phonograph helped to activate an extended sense of community through cooperative play at The Flint Public Art Festival, May 3rd through 5th. The festival served as the inaugural opening of parkland reclaimed for public use from the former General Motors manufacturing site (in a riverside valley) known as “Chevy in the Hole”.

Review published in Flint Journal:

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