Mineral Area Council on the Arts

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The Mineral Area Council on the Arts Story

Mineral Area Council on the Arts (MACOA) is an organization of volunteers dedicated to providing quality professional arts programming
to local venues at an affordable price. The MACOA office is located on the campus of Mineral Area College. The Council is a not-for-profit organization governed by a board representing several area communities.

Founded in the 1980s by a steering committee developed by former Mineral Area College President Dr. Dixie Kohn, MACOA presents
an annual performance series which includes a variety of artistic genres.  Past performances have included the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, a classic film festival, Shakespeare in the Parkland, the Fabulous Motown Revue, French Creole fiddler Dennis Stroughmatt, Celebrate Local Authors, and a variety of lectures, exhibits, concerts and plays featuring national and local artists and performers.

MACOA awards the Karsch-Hawn Fine Arts scholarship annually to a Mineral Area College student. Applications are available
in the Mineral Area College Financial Aid Office. The Council also hosts the popular K-12 Student Art Show,with over 1000 pieces of student artwork on exhibit each spring, partners with the City of Farmington on a student banner display on downtown light poles, and brings children's programs to Parkland schools.

MACAO 2020-2021 Season

Brian Wendling
Saturday, January 23 at 2 pm
Centene Center, #2 Black Knight Drive, Farmington

Robert Marler & Carmine Miranda
Sunday, February 21 at 3 pm
Centene Center, #2 Black Knight Drive, Farmington

Traditional Irish music performed live with dance performance
Saturday, March 6 at 6 pm
Mineral Area College Fine Arts Theatre, 5270 Flat River Road, Park Hills

Tip Your Hat! Celebrating 30+ Years
Line Dance Party with MACOA
Saturday, April 17 at 6 pm
St. Francois Country Club, 4901 Hillsboro Road, Farmington

K-12 Art Show
Saturday, May 1 at 10 am 
MAC Robert E. Sechrest Field House, 5270 Flat River Road, Park Hills

Saturday, May 8 at 7 pm
Centene Center, #2 Black Knight Drive, Farmington

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Have you seen a great show or have a suggestion on programming?

Let us know your thoughts on the types of events that you'd like us to bring to our community.

Scottye Adkins, Executive Director
Mineral Area Council on the Arts
Fine Arts Building, Room 134
Phone: 573-518-2125

Email: sadkins@MineralArea.edu

Financial assistance for our season has been provided by the Missouri Arts Council, a state agency.