The County Clare Arts Council will once again host the #Destination Clare Art Sculpture Walk.
The Art Sculpture Walk is a free exhibit that has been in the works for over a year and will feature a wide range of art sculptures designed by artists from across the United States. Different sculptures will be exhibited at different locations in downtown Clare.
This event will officially open on May 10 and these sculptures will be on display until April 2023. At that time, new sculptures will be presented.
This project would not have been possible without the support of these donors: Clare County Arts Council, the City of Clare Downtown Development Authority, Consumer Energy, Michigan Economic Development Corporation, Dr. Brian and Ruby Benchley, Buccilli’s Pizza, Clare Rotary Club, Clare Grade 4 students, Dr Tom and Marcia Claringbold, Cops And Donuts, Devil’s Rope Studio, Friends Of Clare Parks And Recreation, Ken Hibl and Sherry Gant, Isabella Bank, Jay’s Sporting Goods, Tom and Kim Kleinhardt, Tom and Janet Kunse, Michigan Arts & Culture Council, National Endowment For The Arts, Marita and Randy Schiffman, Sharpco Welding & Fabrication.
For more information, you can visit the County Clare Arts Council Facebook pageor pick up a brochure at the Clare Union Railroad Depot located at 201 W. Fourth Street.