CCCAC/CAC activities include annual events and programs such as Houghton Spring Art and Music Festival (2002), Poor Artists Sale (1976), a two week Summer Arts Camp (1985), Art in the Garden (1997); MCACA regional re-granting agency for the Western Upper Peninsula (1997); recipient of Community PARTners Artistist-in-Residence grants (2003,04); monthly exhibits in the Kerredge Gallery and the Youth Gallery, a vibrant and ever-changing sales gallery, year round classes for youth and adults, professional development series for artists, installation of artwork in local businesses, high school and college internships, production of a monthly newsletter, and lectures/workshops with visiting artists, gallery talks, critiques, and tours by schools and community groups.
Houghton Spring Art and Music Festival
Summer Arts Camp
Art in the Garden
Poor Artists Sale
36th annual Poor Artists Sale-Booth Applications Available
Artist booth applications are now available for the 36th annual Poor Artists Sale. The Poor Artists Sale is a juried art fair and will be held at the CLK Gymnasium in Calumet on Saturday, December 1. Artists who would like to apply for a booth space should pick up an application form at the Copper Country Community Arts Center in Hancock. Applications must be received by Saturday, October 6.
The Poor Artists Sale is organized by the Copper Country Community Arts Center located at 126 Quincy Street, Hancock. Contact Cynthia Coté at (906) 482-2333 for more information or stop by the CCCAC to pick up a booth application.