Madera County Arts Council has been a partner with the California Arts Council since 1982, through the State-Local Partnership Program. We are a private, community-benefit [non-profit, 501(c)3] organization working to support and promote all arts in Madera County.
MCAC draws from the expertise of many local and regional partnerships and sixteen directors to create the necessary links between the Arts and community development.
NOTE: Some mapping and gps software incorrectly place 1653 N Schnoor north of Cleveland Ave. The Circle Gallery, located in the North Point Plaza, is one half block south of Cleveland on N. Schnoor.
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The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is a long one-act musical comedy conceived by Rebecca Feldman with music and lyrics by William Finn, a book by Rachel Sheinkin and additional material by Jay Reiss. The show centers on a fictional spelling bee set in a geographically ambiguous Putnam Valley Middle School. Six quirky adolescents...Read More
The MSTC players at Madera South High School are opening their fall show “Book of Days” by Lanford Wilson. October 27-30 and Nov 2,3 & 5 @ Madera South High School Theatre 705 W. Pecan Ave. Madera, Ca 93637 559-675-4450 x1021 Book of Days, which has won the Best Play Award from the American Theater Critics Association. Book...Read More
(Courtesy of Allen Baraldi) A group of local music educators of Marcheta Williams and the Driven Operation from left, Marcheta Williams, Mike Yturralde, Savannah Thompson, Marco Paim, Diego Zarate, Matthew Mazzei and Nick Gilroy have been invited to perform in Taiwan and will be leaving Sunday. Madera musicians going to...Read More
Each year the Madera County Arts Council provides scholarships to graduating seniors who will pursue the arts in the college life. Nancy Clute was the first executive director for MCAC, therefore, to honor her memory, there is a Nancy Clute Memorial Scholarship along with a general scholarship from the Madera County Arts Council. Last...Read More
Just because the kids are back in school doesn’t mean you can’t have fun! From beginners to professionals, this night is all about FUN! Join us for our first ever paint night experience! You’ll enjoy wine, appetizers, music, laughs, togetherness and lots of FUN! You’ll be recreating “Mississippi Moon”...Read More
(Right) Rochelle Noblett, with some of the art for sale at the Circle Gallery of the Madera County Arts Council, of which she is the new executive director. Griselda Tello/Artist. (Annette N. Doud) by Annette N. Doud & James Glynn (Madera Tribune) Somewhat dwarfed by stacks of labeled boxes, file cabinets...Read More
Rigoberto Santiago of Madera has been awarded 1st place in the 2016 Congressional Art Competition! Thanks to a gofundme.com page and the generous members of the Madera County Arts Council who atteneded the 2016 Gala for the Arts in May, Rigo was able to travel, with his teacher, to Washington, DC. where his work will be displayed at our...Read More
The Madera County Arts Council has decided to take this 2016 season off to revamp and reorganize this much anticipated annual event. Many of you have called or emailed inquiring about this season and we appreciate your patience and understanding. We ask you to join us in 2017 as we pick up and continue this wonderful, family friendly...Read More
“Patterns of Life” is the latest themed show from local artists showing at Circle Gallery! Today also marks the beginning of our new SUMMER HOURS! Every Friday and Saturday we are open from 12-8pm. If you’re looking for a relaxing summer evening, you can enjoy not only great quality art from local artists,...Read More
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Circle Gallery a non-profit Gallery showcasing and promoting the juried work of the area’s professional artists Exhibit program featuring curate exhibits with special themes, from various cultures and...Read More