Tag Archives: FCA4Detroit

Community | February 19 2020

FCA, City of Detroit Seek Artists to Paint One of the Largest Murals in the City’s History

The poet Robert Frost famously wrote, “Good fences make good neighbors.” Together with Detroit’s Office of Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurship and City Walls Detroit’s murals program, we launched a heart-filled initiative on Valentine’s Day that takes Frost’s words to a new level with the announcement of a massive mural project on the city’s east side.
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Manufacturing | February 12 2020

New Detroit plant construction unearths history

Construction of our new assembly plant in Detroit has been a journey of discovery. For the past several months, construction crews have found parts of old house basements, street pavement, and massive old stamping plant foundations and steel beams. Since last spring, crews have removed more than 830,000 cubic feet of dirt and built a
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Community | December 04 2019

Never Eat the Science

Michael Niedballa, an educator at Cranbrook Institute of Science, quizzed a seventh grade science class at Detroit Enterprise Academy: “What are the other senses?” “Taste,” answered several students in unison. “One thing we never do in science … we never eat the science,” Niedballa cautioned, discussing how researchers use their senses as part of the
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