Middletown Arts Center130 North Verity Parkway
Middletown, OH 45042
Middletown Arts Center was founded in 1957 by the Art Committee of the Federation of Women’s Clubs of Middletown. In 1965, the Middletown Fine Arts Center became part of AIM (Arts in Middletown) and moved to a new building at 130 N. Verity Pkwy in 1975. In 2002, AIM ceased as an operating organization and Middletown Arts Center bought the building from AIM and took over the operation of the building and started doing business as Middletown Arts Center (MAC).
- MAC has an average of 160-175 classes offered during the year to students ages preschool to 90+ in all levels of experience
- 8-10 gallery (lobby) exhibits per year
- 8-10 satellite exhibits at the new Atrium Medical Center
- 8 large exhibits in the newly renovated Exhibit hall featuring an Area Art Show
- Student Show
- Tomorrows Artist Today (ages 13-18)
The Middletown Arts Center’s mission is to promote Art in our community.
PLEASE CHECK WITH THIS ORGANIZATION PRIOR TO YOUR VISIT TO DETERMINE IF THEY ARE OFFERING THEIR PASSPORT DISCOUNT DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
BRING A FRIEND: Buy one session of classes, bring a friend for free. Both parties must attend the same session of classes. Subject to availability. Cost of materials and/or tools is not included.