Anton Art Center
Founded in 1969, The Art Center (now known as the Anton Art Center) is the premier arts and culture nonprofit organization in Macomb County, specializing in visual art exhibitions, art education, experiences, and special events for the community. We offer year-round opportunities for visitors and artists, in addition to free admission. Our galleries, gift shop, and classrooms spaces are housed in a historic 1904 Carnegie Library building, originally the Mount Clemens Public Library, with a newer addition added on in 2006.
Our mission is to enrich and inspire people of all ages through the arts, with a vision to build an open community around creative expression. We are handicap accessible with an elevator. Meter lot and street parking available; free after 6pm and on weekends. HOURS: Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5pm.
The Anton Art Center is a regional re-granting agency for the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs for both Macomb and Oakland counties. The center's work has been recognized by support from The Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, The Community Foundation of Southeastern Michigan, The Kresge Foundation and other benefactors, in both the community and private sectors, whose support is universally recognized as a seal of quality.