Alice W. Moore
Center for the Arts

201 North Riverside Avenue
(Suite A6 in Riverview Plaza)
Saint Clair, Michigan 48079

(810) 329-9576

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Tuesday thru Friday
10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday, 11 am to 3 pm
CLOSED Sunday and Monday

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June 2010
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2010 St. Clair Street Banner Competition

This is the second year the Street Banner Contest has been brought to you by the St. Clair Art Association.  The banners were designed and executed by artists of all ages.  Forty street banners were displayed in the Riverview Plaza for public vote.  Twenty summer banners have been placed on the lampposts in the St. Clair area for the summer months and the winter banners will replace them later this year.

The original street banners provide an incredibly colorful and unique town streetscape that is enjoyed by the local community and visitors throughout the year. 

A printed guide listing the artist, title of each work and the location of the banners is available at the Art Center and other locations in the city.

Congratulations to all, especially those who captured the top public votes:

1st Place –  Sailing on the River by Katie Westerhof ;  2nd Place – Summer Notes by Elisabeth Peters; 3rd Place Tie – Daddy’s Girl by Cindy Whisman & On the Boardwalk by Kevin Anderson  

This public art project is made possible by the St. Clair Art Association with the gracious assistance of                                                                                                   

  • St. Clair Foundation
  • Downtown Development Authority
  • City of St. Clair
  • Riverview Plaza Association
  • And numerous others.

If you would like to contribute funds or provide supplies for public art projects such as this, become involved or have ideas for public art in the St. Clair area, please contact the St. Clair Art Association.  We are seeking ideas for public art and welcome volunteers to assist with the banner project and other future projects.

Banner-related items are for sale at the St. Clair Art Center:  long-sleeved T-shirts, tote bags, and bookmarks with the 2010 and 2009 banner images.  Proceeds from the sale of these items help fund ongoing and future public art projects.

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