What role can teens in Flint, MI play in stimulating civic and social innovation in their city? We are excited to bring #TinyWPA to Flint in late October as part of the ArtPlace funded Flint Public Art Project and be a part of the Congress For Urban Transformation (C.U.T.) with friends Damon Rich, James Rojas, and others. During our visit , in addition to speaking at C.U.T., we will be leading a TinyWPA design build place making project with teens in Flint. A bit shorter than a typical TinyWPA project, it is the hope of the Flint Public Art Project organizers that this will stimulate a larger conversation about the role of youth in rebuilding the city; greater general civic engagement and social innovation; and act as a ‘seed’ for more substantial youth-led TinyWPA activities in Flint in the future. Thanks to Stephen Zacks for asking Public Workshop and TinyWPA to be a part of this great project.