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The Detroit News' Celebrate Michigan Photo Contest

May 27, 2020

About
The Detroit News invites photographers across the state to participate in their 'Celebrate Michigan Photo Contest'. The summer-long contest offers three categories:
  • People and Places

  • Woods and Wildlife

  • Four-Season Fun

 
Artists may enter as often they like, as long as they were the photographer and the photo wasn’t selected as a Celebrate Michigan finalist in previous years.
 
Awards
Each week, judges from the Detroit News photo staff will select 4 photo finalists, 16 total in each category over the entire contest period. At the end of the contest, The Detroit News photo staff judges will select one winner in each category. One People's Choice winner in each category will be chosen by an online public vote, Aug. 20-24.
 
Each of the six winners will receive $300. At the end of the contest, three Awards of Excellence will be chosen by the Detroit News photo staff from the remaining finalists of all three themes, and will receive $100 each.

How to Enter and/or See the Entries

Read official rules and enter HERE

Must enter by August 14, 2020, 12:00pm EST

 

Not an Anton Art Center event.

Minigrants for Artists & Arts Organizations

November 20, 2019

ABOUT
The Anton Art Center is the Region 10A Regranting Agency for the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA), and will award minigrants to nonprofit organizations, schools, municipalities, and individual professional artists in Macomb and Oakland counties in support of arts and culture programming and professional or organizational development.

Deadline

Submit online applications through the MCACA e-Grant system here

Deadlines for FY 2021​ Round 1: 11:59 p.m. EST, August 3, 2020

Categories

Minigrants will be awarded in two categories:

  • Arts and Culture Projects – organizations may apply for grants of up to $4,000.

  • Professional or Organizational Development – individual professional artists and organizations may apply for grants of up to $1,500.

 

Michigan non-profit organizations, schools, municipalities and individual artists are eligible to apply for activities that take place between October 1st, 2020 and September 30th, 2021 (individual professional artists are only eligible for professional development support).

Workshops

The Anton Art Center will offer a series of FREE informational workshops on minigrant guidelines and the application process. Funds are awarded on a competitive basis, and organizations will benefit from submitting a well-written grant application and supporting materials which conform to the guidelines.

 

Attending an application workshop will help applicants understand what is required for a competitive application. Though not required, new and prospective applicants are encouraged to attend one of these workshops.

Workshop Schedule

 

RSVPs are requested for workshop attendance. To RSVP, please email Greg DeLauro at gdelauro@theartcenter.org, or call (586) 469-8666. Minigrant guidelines for Region 10A are available now.

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It's easy! Pay your entry fee here by PayPal (or to information@theartcenter.org).

Please enter details in instructions section.

Once your payment is submitted, please send notice to exhibitions@theartcenter.org with your name, payment amount, exhibition title, and any notes.

Thank you!

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MEMBERSHIP

Are you currently an Anton Art Center Member?

 

As a member you can receive a discount on all exhibition entries, class enrollments, invitations to special events, and more.

 

See more and sign up online on our Membership page.

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Anton Art Center
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Mount Clemens, MI 48043

Phone (586) 469-8666

Fax (586) 469-4529

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Sunday & Monday: Closed

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