This 34-page coloring book incorporates the rich history of Calhoun County by featuring the people and places of historical significance in the cities of Albion, Athens, Battle Creek, Homer, Marshall and Tekonsha. Starting in 2012, History in Color was distributed to every third grader in the … Read More
Connecting People with Art
We see a community where all people observe, experience, create or share art abundantly to enrich the quality of life in the place we call home.
Calhoun County Art News
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About the Calhoun County Arts Council
Established in 1964 as the United Arts Council of Calhoun County, the Calhoun County Arts Council (CCAC) supports an environment that inspires creativity and connects people with art in places in our county where art and culture is not easily accessed. The CCAC provides Arts in Education grants, Artist Grants, and created a 34-page coloring book “History in Color” featuring people and places of historical significance countywide. This book is given by CCAC and other community partners to every third grader in the county to provide exposure to art and enhance the study of Michigan history.