Mint Showcase and Art Walk on Livernois in Detroit

Check out the work of local emerging artists at the first-ever Mint Showcase and Mint Art Walk on Livernois between Seven and Eight Mile in Detroit.

Detroit is full of talented budding artists and the Mint Artists Guild is working to showcase their work at the all-new Mint Showcase and Art Walk on Livernois.

This new event, which runs on Livernois between Seven and Eight Mile, puts 30 pieces of artwork by local artists, ages 5-22, along with the winning pieces from the Metro Detroit Youth Arts Competition on display in the windows of five local businesses. Bring the kids down to see the artwork starting the first weekend in October.

Then, on Oct. 17, 2020, return for the Art Walk on Livernois. During this event, two local residents will take you on a walk along Livernois to learn about the area’s murals and see the artwork on display. 

At 1:30 p.m., local poet Ife Martin will perform her poem Silence, too.

The Art Walk on Livernois runs 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020. Tickets are $15/general or $35/VIP. Reserved time slots are required as are face masks. Comfortable walking shoes are highly recommended.

For more information on the Mint Showcase and Art Walk on Livernois, or for details on other family fun things to do this weekend, see the Metro Parent calendar

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