1998 – 2018

Welcome to The Cadiz Community Arts Center


  • Jan. 5-Feb. 24 – Henry L. Jones exhibit
  • Feb. 24 – Poetry Reading
  • Mar 2-25 – Trigg Co. Elementary exhibit
  • Apr 11-14 – Enter art for Juried Show
  • Apr 20-Jun 2 – Juried Show
  • May 5 – JMAM 5K-Run for the Arts
  • May 8 – Art Book Club Spring Meeting



The Cadiz Community Arts Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit community arts center. We are not a collecting museum, but focus on bringing quality art, in all its forms, to the community.  Programming includes 8-10 exhibits each year by artists from around the local area, region, and the world representing a broad variety of media and genre.  We produce at least one theatrical offering per year, and offer classes and workshops in several disciplines.


Janice Mason Art Museum,
71 Main Street
P.O. Box 303, Cadiz, KY 42211
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM; Sunday 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM.



Henry L. Jones

Henry L. Jones

Henry L. Jones is a native of Detroit who moved from Chicago to Tennessee. His work tends to focus on cultural and social issues with messages of hope and redemption. He sees those forces everywhere from the strong bonds within a family to the dynamics with a city...

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Festival of Trees

Festival of Trees

The Festival of Trees at the Janice Mason Art Museum is a collection of Christmas Trees by individuals, organizations and businesses in Cadiz and Trigg County.

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Todd Butts, Photographer

Todd Butts, Photographer

Todd Butts has taken a great deal of photographs over the years as he Captains his River Boat down the River. His unique perspective takes on another life as he captures his journeys with his sharp eye.

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Stephen Rolfe Powell

Stephen Rolfe Powell

Stephen Rolfe Powell is an American glass artist based at Centre College in rural Danville, Kentucky, who creates elaborately colored three-foot glass vessels incorporating murrine.

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Poetry Reading

John Secor will read from his new poetry collection, “Boomerang Girl,” and Kala Dunn will perform original pieces on the flute.

“Boomerang Girl” is a series of new poems about love and loss, friendship and transitions, looking backwards through time and outwards to new horizons, always trying to say more by saying less.

John Secor, a native of Poughkeepsie, NY, was raised in Toronto, Canada, and studied at Hobart College in Geneva, NY, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and in Strasbourg, France. His teaching career took him to Washington state, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and frequently to Paris in summers. Always interested in words and language, Secor has written poetry in English and French. Now retired from Morehead State, Secor lives in west Kentucky, where he continues his enthusiasm for long walks, soccer and singing.

Kala Dunn is a 2006 graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy (in Michigan) with an emphasis in flute performance. Dunn is a 2010 graduate of Murray State University, and has also participated in numerous summer programs including the Brevard music camp (North Carolina) and the William Bennett summer program at Austin Peay University. Currently pursuing a Masters in English at Murray State, Dunn works at WKMS-FM and still finds time to play piano and flute.

2018 JMAM 5K-Run for the Arts

Saturday, May 5, 2018, 8 AM

Our third annual Run for the Arts – a 5K run/walk fundraiser for the Janice Mason Art Museum!  Check-in will be at the museum, then everyone will proceed over to the basketball courts, where the 5K will begin (the walking trail is our course).  Registration cost is $20, and will begin February 21, 2018.  You can call the museum at 270-522-9056, or use this link to sign up: https://runsignup.com/Race/KY/Cadiz/JMAMRunForTheArts.

Tell your friends and come have some fun with us! Everyone is welcome to walk or run – young, old, strollers, dogs, etc!


Brunelleschi’s Dome by Ross King

Next meeting – May 8, 2018 at 6:00 PM. The book for this meeting is “Brunelleschi’s Dome” by Ross King. The Book Club meets once a quarter in the lobby of the Janice Mason Art Museum and everyone is invited, even if you have not read the book.  For more information about the book club and this book click the book cover above.