Students at Flint Northwestern High School collaborated with students in Roland Graf’s “public art and urban intervention” course this semester, producing personal video portraits showing 24 everyday life scenes through their eyes. Part of a filmmaking workshop led by Peter Leix, this project was developed in collaboration with James Andrews (Flint Public Art Project), Hubert Roberts (Black Men for Social Change), Kasie White (ReMix), and Mary Stewart (Northwestern College & Career Readiness Advisor). Special thanks to Joel Rash (Flint Local 432) and Ken Van Wagoner (Good Beans Café).
“24 Things About Me” will be shown at the Flint Free City Festival (May 3 — 5). You are warmly invited to join the film screening and release party on Saturday, May 4th at 3pm at the Good Beans Café 328 N Grand Traverse St.