The Detroit Creative Corridor Center is searching for a new executive director after Matt Clayson announced he would be leaving the organization.
Clayson has served as the executive director of DC3 since its founding in 2010 as a joint initiative between the Business Leaders for Michigan and the College of Creative Studies.
“Matt not only established DC3 as a valuable resource for local creative industries but he helped put Detroit on the map for other businesses that understand the benefits of locating in or around a creative hub of talent,” Richard Rogers, president of the College for Creative Studies, said in a statement. “Under his leadership, DC3 has attracted new creative sector enterprises and jobs to Detroit, secured millions of dollars of investment in the area and successfully launched the internationally-recognized Detroit Design Festival.”
The annual festival has become one of the nation’s largest design events, attracting tens of thousands of visitors and displaying hundreds of local and international designers.
The DC3 is taking applications for the job on its website at www.detroitc3.com.