Empower and inspire a diverse community of artists, educators, and entrepreneurs.
To change the world around us for good through the power of art, innovation, and sustainability.
We embrace people from all races, cultures, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities, religions, and sexualities as sources of strength through our work as artists, educators, and entrepreneurs. We strive to expand our diverse community by actively valuing individual identities, experiences, ideas, and talents.
Located in southeast Michigan, our 215-acre campus features miles of walking paths, a pond, expansive fields, a creek flowing through historic woods and 17 buildings dedicated to art, innovation, and sustainability.
What is The Hive Project?
The Hive Project is a creative incubator. One of our projects is Macon Creek, where we bring together hundreds of artists and innovators year-round who share a passion for collaboration and sustainability.
As an organization:
- We farm roughly 100 acres of land and manage our own drinking and waste water treatment plant.
- We contribute to economic development by providing local employment and supporting local business.
- We sustain artists, educators and entrepreneurs (young and old) as holistic creators for generations to come.
- We strive to create more than half of our own energy consumption through viable eco-friendly sources such as solar, wind and geothermal infrastructure.
We discovered this picture painted on the wall of the historic shop building that was originally a tractor assembly plant.
Why Macon Creek?
Located in the heart of southeast Michigan.
8759 Clinton Macon Road
Clinton, MI 49236