Macomb County Artists: Stand Up and Be Counted!
Artists who live, work or make art in Macomb County are needed to participate in a survey by the Anton Art Center, with funding from the Michigan Council for Art and Cultural Affairs (MCACA).
The aim of the survey is to find out how many artists live in Macomb County, and to find out how to promote them to the public as effectively as possible.
Macomb County artists are an underserved, unrecognized population. The Anton Art Center and MCACA hope the survey will change that. “As a community, artists need to support each other – and we need to work together to make sure that our work gets the recognition it deserves,” says digital artist Jason Quinlan of Mount Clemens.
The survey is brief, and takes about five minutes to complete. It’s available online at the Anton Art Center’s website, www.theartcenter.org. Paper copies of the survey are available from the Anton Art Center by calling 586-469-8666.
Surveys should be completed by March 15, 2009.
For more information, call the center at 586-469-8666 or visit www.theartcenter.org. The Anton Art Center is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm; Friday, 10 am to 6 pm; and Sunday, 12 noon to 4 pm. The center is closed on Mondays.
The Anton Art Center, the hub for the arts in Macomb County, is located in historic downtown Mount Clemens on the southeast corner of Southbound Gratiot Avenue (M-3) and Macomb Place. Convenient public parking is located in the adjacent Roskopp Parking Lot. For more information please visit www.theartcenter.org.