DETROIT (AP) — A health gadget plans to flip a vacant commercial building in Detroit into an arts lag dwelling.
Henry Ford Health Blueprint plans to revitalize the building advance Henry Ford Scientific institution with aid from a $200,000 grant from the Vera and Joseph Dresner Foundation.
The building also can have education and community assembly dwelling. The “ArtBlock” project will characteristic 5 public art installations, collectively with murals and interactive rideable, animal-fashioned and pedal-powered metal sculptures.
Mary Jane Vogt, a senior vp at Henry Ford, says the project is the health gadget’s essential funding in public arts and arts education.
The project is in the Northwest Goldberg neighborhood. The event arena of the Henry Ford Cancer Institute’s Brigette Harris Cancer Pavilion is nearby.