ART! Macomb in Downtown Mount Clemens

This family bash features art displays, food and hands-on crafts to channel your inner artist in downtown Mount Clemens, June 1-3, 2018.

ART! Macomb in downtown Mount Clemens has been cancelled for 2019.

Hosted by local creative haven Anton Art Center, the revamped art fair, formerly known as the Mount Clemens Art Fair, is set in the midst of a growing cultural spot, and features all types of media, including ceramics, painting, photography, jewelry, metalwork and more, on display and for sale – plus food trucks, art demos and a children’s tent full of make-and-take crafts and kid-friendly entertainment for smaller fair-goers.

Live art is a favorite here too, so keep your eyes peeled for works of magic, puppetry, acoustic guitar, spoken word, dancing and aerial circus performances all weekend long.

ART Macomb happens on Macomb Place between North Walnut Street and Southbound Gratiot Avenue. Admission is free and so is parking after 6 p.m. on Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday. Fair hours are as follows:

  • Friday: Noon-7 p.m.
  • Saturday: 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
  • Sunday: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Want more information on ART! Macomb 2018? Visit the Metro Parent calendar for that and details on other upcoming family-friendly events in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor.

This post is updated regularly.

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