14 | Remote Learning

Artist Talk

Join us on Thursday, June 17 at 6 PM under the I-496 Bridge (site 14 on the ArtPath).
Michael Sklenka will speak about his ArtPath installation: Remote Learning.
In the case of inclement weather, we will share updated plans on the Facebook event page. https://bit.ly/3vbb0x2https://bit.ly/3vbb0x2
Parking is located a short walk south along the River Trail, as indicated on the map at the bottom of the webpage.

Mural  |  Michael Sklenka  |  Detroit, MI

About This Installation

This mural depicts two children who have stumbled on a pile of books that have been thrown in the trash. The subject matter speaks to a year of learning in isolation, and the value of discovery in teaching yourself something you love.

Artist Bio

Michael is an artist and architect living and working in Detroit. Since receiving a degree in architecture from the University of Detroit, his focus is forever flowing between all expressions of art and design - buildings, furniture, clothing, paintings, and all the bridges in between.

NOTE: Some images are submission proposals. Final artwork photos will be posted after the artist has completed their installation prior to June 1, 2021.

Find On The Trail - Site 14

Under the I-496 Bridge

This expansive wall lines the river trail and has been an excellent place for murals in past ArtPath exhibitions. In both 2019 and 2020 ArtPath artists created murals in multiple sections of the wall which still exists today.

This location is made possible in part by generous contributions from:
Sam & Judy Eyde

ArtPath 2021 is generously supported by our title sponsors Rathbun Insurance and Auto-Owners Insurance. With additional support by:

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Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs
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Michigan Economic Development Corporation & Patronicity