Madison County Arts Council

Strengthening Community Through The Arts
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The Madison County Arts Council was formed in 1978. A county of approximately 450 square miles, with a population of 19,000; sparsely settled and encompassing many areas of National Forest and rough terrain, Madison County is an area of unsurpassed natural beauty. The residents of Madison County reflect the rich and varied terrain of our county – there are families who have been in our mountains for generations, there are families who settled here and are now raising their own families and there are new folks who are constantly choosing to call Madison County home – all of these people are reflected in our artists. The variety of artists who choose to make Madison County their home ranges from the traditional to cutting edge. MCAC works to serve all residents and artists. Madison County has a long history in contemporary and traditional arts and crafts. The current Board of Directors believes that sustainable and active Arts Council needs community involvement and support – individuals who are willing to support its efforts with their time and expertise. We invite you to support the Madison County Arts Council to make our shared history a living reality for further generations of Madison County residents. The MCAC gained nonprofit 501(c)(3) status in 1995, allowing us to become exponentially more active and diverse in our fundraising and programming activities.