Community Art

For two years, the Farmington Hills City Hall will house artwork from 65 Michigan artists as part of the 2024-2025 Public Art Program.

The program was launched in 2010 by the City of Farmington Hills Special Services Department Cultural Arts Division with a mission to bring beauty to the newly renovated city hall building and showcase local artists from Farmington Hills and Farmington and surrounding communities. More artwork pieces can also be found at The Hawk on 12 Mile Road.

This is the seventh installment of the Public Art Program and includes rotating exhibits from a diverse collection of artists, including Farmington Public School students and experienced professionals. Pieces will feature a variety of media, including clay, metal, fiber, paint, and photography.

This Friday, Farmington Hills City Hall will be hosting an Artist Talk & Opening Reception. People's Choice Award winner Margo Dupre will discuss her current solo exhibit on display. And since the program’s official opening reception in January was slightly hampered by a snowstorm, the Public Arts Program artists for the entire 2024-2025 installment will also be celebrated again!

Many of the pieces on display during this two-year run are available for purchase, with artists retaining 100% of the profits. The artwork can be enjoyed throughout 2024 and 2025 any time City Hall is open.

At Wright Beamer, we value a program like this that will continue to offer an invaluable opportunity for local artists of all types. Learn more about this weekend’s reception, the rotating exhibits, and the inaugural literary component to the Public Art Program online.

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