Excitement is building at the Clinton Arts Center (CAC). “We’ve got a complete schedule of classes from beginner to advanced. With choices in ceramics, digital media, drawing, glass, metals and painting, students are sure to find something appealing,” said CAC Executive Director Nancy Grott.
There are additional reasons for enthusiasm at Clinton Arts Center. Construction of the new arts center facility in downtown Clinton is set the resume in early Fall. Completion is expected by mid-summer 2017.
“It’s taken a while to overcome complications presented by the building site,” said Grott. “There have been some adjustments in the design, and the results are stunning.” A few details remain for the building plans to be finalized.
As would be expected, visitors will find art studios and classrooms in CAC’s new home. The building will also feature a restaurant, exhibition space, meeting space, a gift shop and Clinton Arts Center offices. The structure is designed for use flexibility and easy flow between indoor and outdoor space.
According to CAC founder, Ruth Knoll, the goal of the building is community enhancement through art. “The arts center is committed to advancing the lives of people in the community through culture and greater economic activity generated by CAC in downtown Clinton,” said Knoll.
Clinton Arts Center is a dynamic, non-profit, arts organization focused on bringing valuable arts learning and development to youth and adults.
For more information on Clinton Arts Center visit clintonartscenter.org, email [email protected], or call 517-456-5145.