The Anton Art Center aims to build an open community around creative expression by presenting a wide array of programming to appeal to diverse audiences, providing support for the arts and becoming a focal point for arts programming, and working towards inclusion, diversity, equity, and access in all that we do to support our mission to enrich and inspire people of all ages through the arts.
We are celebrating fifty years as Macomb County's premier nonprofit arts and culture organization! Our center is housed in the historic Carnegie Library building in walk-able Downtown Mount Clemens, Michigan.
ACCESSIBILITY: Handicap accessible with convenient parking and ramp from lot and working elevator.
PARKING: Metered street and lot parking available. 50 cents per hour or free after 6pm and on weekends.
The Anton Art Center is temporarily closed. Click here for more info.
OPEN NOW through September 24, 2020
Saturday, August 15, 6-8pm: Tom Bartelmay Collective
Join us for a LIVE free performance at the Fountain Stage in Downtown Mount Clemens - register HERE
Saturday, September 12, 6-8pm: Virtual Papermaking Lesson with Meg Heeres
Virtual exhibit is OPEN - click link to view gallery.
A citywide art exhibit of reproductions from the DIA. Map
Registration is open! See the current class offerings.
Admission is free and open to the public. Donations are accepted and appreciated. The Anton Art Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Metered street and lot parking available; free after 6pm and on weekends.
Photography Exhibit Open Call
Black Lives Matter Call for Artists
Chalk Walk Art Festival
Michigan Photo Contest
CURRENT COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITIES
Host A Reception
Loan a Historical Display
Apply for Minigrants
ART CLASSES: YOUTH & ADULT
See complete class schedule
Minigrant Applications & Workshops
See guidelines & schedule for more information
See calendar of events