Jerry Fogg Piece Acquired

We were glad to help sponsor artist Jerry Fogg’s recent showing at First Bank & Trust Gallery at Dakota State University. Part of that agreement included our purchase of an original piece from Jerry, which will be placed on loan to the Madison Public Library in the coming weeks ahead, yet another way we’re celebrating

‘Baby Mountain’ to Perform in Madison

Join the Dakota State University College of Arts & Sciences and the Madison Area Arts Council as we welcome the Americana sounds of ‘Baby Mountain’, featuring acoustic musicians Tim Lowly and Karima Walker from Chicago, along with special guest, Madison’s own Nathan Edwards. A suggested ticket donation of $5 will directly benefit the Wounded Warrior

Jerry Fogg Reception at DSU

We partnered with the Dakota State University Gallery to bring noted Lakota artist Jerry Fogg to Madison once again, check out this our photo album via Facebook for a few pictures from his recent reception. Thanks to everyone who came out and supported Jerry’s showing, much appreciated.

Photographs, artwork of European travels at art show

German desserts and gelato to be served Emmeline Elliott The Madison Area Arts Council went to Europe this year. When MAAC volunteer Angela Behrends took an 11 day trip to France and Italy in May, she brought the MAAC logo with her – a red square and a blue square – and photographed the symbols

Paris, Florence & Rome

…and you’ll be joining us for the trip, well almost. We’re sending our Special European Correspondent, Angela Behrends, over the pond for the next 11 days to show us the best of Europe, and with the best arts council logo in the states.

Fresh Shirts

Wow! 4 colors are available, the brown and blue are guy specific, the red and violet are for the ladies, all come equally awesome…and in 4 sizes too, Small, Medium, Large, and Extra Awesome.

A Preview of ‘Skeletons of the Prairie’

Skeletons of the Prairie: Abandoned Rural Codington County, South Dakota “The true basis for any serious study of the art of architecture still lies in those indigenous, more humble buildings everywhere that are to architecture what folklore is to literature and folk song to music.”