Wednesday night, the Macon Arts Alliance held an open community forum to discuss the Mill Hill East Macon Arts Village project.
Nearly 70 people packed the East Macon Family Investment Center to engage in an open discussion about Mill Hill.
"I think what it did for us is show us that people really care about this project," says MAA Director of Creative Placemaking, Jonathan Harwell-Dye.
Last week, the Macon Arts Alliance announced that they had fired Samantha Hill and Ed Woodham-- the two artists assigned to create art projects in the Mill Hill community.
"I am super sad to leave because everybody that I've met in Macon has been so kind to me," says terminated artist Samantha Hill.