The Milton Art Center’s 334 Gallery will be presenting its annual small works holiday show and sale. The show will include gift-sized two-dimensional work of a range of styles ranging from representational paintings capturing the natural environment to abstract expressionism. All work once sold will be available off the wall.
The opening reception will be Friday, December 1, 6-9PM. Please join us for an evening of art, live music and refreshments. The gallery will be open during the show Fridays from 4-6PM and Saturdays from 12-4PM.
Support the Arts in Milton. Please donate to the MAC
Your gift, no matter the size – is important! Each year we rely on your generosity to help:
Provide upkeep and rent for the building.
Underwrite a percentage of our art classes. We keep our class fees as low as possible but we are reliant on donations to buy new equipment and supplies.
Our free community programs, Open Mic, Art in the Windows, and the BackYard Arts and Music Festival rely completely on donations to enable our community collaborations and special events.
We are a nonprofit organization that exists to provide a quality arts education, using art as a vehicle for community engagement.
We are fortunate to have the support of local organizations like the Milton Woman’s Club who recently donated money towards a new kiln and the Copeland Family Foundation who have donated money for financial need scholarships so that more people regardless of socio-economic status will benefit through the arts.
Approximately 30% of our budget comes from individuals and organizations that make a charitable contribution to support our community-wide efforts to make a quality arts education accessible to all.
The arts are powerful, they connect us and help us solve real world problems but it’s the people in our community who are truly inspirational and keep us coming back to do the work. Please support our community art center today.
The Milton Art Center, (MAC), is a nonprofit community center offering education and art inspired events for all ages. Our 501(c)(3) community center, now in it's 5th year is run by volunteers who donate their time and talent to offer programming in the arts for the benefit of the community.
Our mission: Connecting people through the power of the arts to inspire change and transform personal and local life.
Participation in the arts is key to a fulfilling life. Taking action is what our 50+ volunteers, teachers, board members do - we work together to produce programs and events for free and/or low cost to the community. The arts have made a difference in our lives and we extend that support to others to increase skills and confidence in creating a more meaningful life.