Student Street Art Comes to Downtown Howell
The Howell High School Advanced Imaging Art Program is once again partnering with the volunteer-driven Main Street DDA , to bring street art downtown that appears only when it rains! The Rain art can be found throughout the downtown area on sidewalks, in alleys, and public spaces!
Starting Tuesday July 19, the public may see students getting creative with downtown sidewalks, alleyways, and more, applying different designs that are sure to surprise and delight residents and visitors while driving away rainy day blues. The Howell Main Street DDA encourages the public to come downtown later in the week to view all locations.
This is the second time that the Howell High School Advanced Arts Imaging Program has partnered with the Main Street DDA to bring positive street art downtown. Last summer they used stenciled art to interact with downtown buildings, public spaces, and the downtown infrastructure.
If you would like to be a part of the great activities happening downtown today, please contact Outreach Coordinator Kate Litwin by calling 517-540-6717 or email firstname.lastname@example.org