Madison County Arts Council

Discover the diverse collection of artistic talent in Madison County at the Madison County Arts Council building located in downtown Marshall. Enjoy the ever-changing gallery of local and international artists at this fantastic venue. Promoting the arts since 1978, the Madison County Arts Council’s mission is to strengthen community through the arts. Time-honored, traditional, or contemporary, the MCAC strives to bring a constantly expanding array of exciting arts activities to Madison County.

Looking for just the right, unique gift? The Madison County Arts Council has a vast assortment of amazing, homemade crafts and art that will be perfect for that special someone in your life. Whether it is a fine piece of pottery or a local musician’s latest album, there is something for everyone to appreciate.

The Madison County Arts Council building is a popular stop during the “Third Thursdays” events in Downtown Marshall, a recurring art crawl. With the ever-changing exhibits on display, you’ll want to keep on checking out this fantastic gallery. Want to get more “hands-on”? The Madison County Arts Council hosts a selection of classes so you can hone in on your craft whatever it may be as well! 

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“ Boy, can they bring the talent! Music and visual art, classes for kids, and a radio station, all on Main Street in one of the most unique towns in America.” – Ellen P.

“If you want to understand Marshall and Madison County and the people who live here, take in a show at the Arts Council. You’ll be welcomed and  find humor and kindness in a down home atmosphere while seeing interesting arts, both performance and 2d/3d. Good programming for kids who might not otherwise have access to the arts.” – Gordon S.