Welcome to The Cadiz Community Arts Center
Celebrating 25 Years
- Oct 17-25 – Jeannie White & David White
- Dec 2 – Opening reception for Festival of Trees
- Dec 2-30 – Festival of Trees
- Jan 6-Feb 18 – Larry Richardson
- Feb. 10 – Chocolate Affair
- MORE – 2023/2024 JMAM calendar of events
WHO WE ARE
The Cadiz Community Arts Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit community arts center which serves as the umbrella organization for the Janice Mason Art Museum and Southern Kentucky Independent Theatre. 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.
CURRENT EXHIBIT: Our new exhibit features Trigg County residents David and Jeannie White. Jeannie enjoys using oil, acrylic, watercolor, watercolor pencils, and pastels. David's knives are amazing works of art as he forges the steel himself and makes all the handles...read more
Our new watercolor exhibit opened with an artist reception on Saturday, August 26. The new show features the work of Tom Powell, a Mayfield, Kentucky native, now living in North Carolina. The show will run through October 7th. ...read more
"Bridge Over Colored Water" by Dafri Studios (July 15-August 25)read more
"throughline" by Kristina Arnold (May 26 - July 15) Kristina Arnold is an artist and educator living and working in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The works in "throughline" explore the development and growth of ideas: examining how we think, and what we think...read more
EVENTS & CLASSES
As part of the Janice Mason Art Museum’s 25th anniversary celebration, the museum board decided to hold a Geocache Challenge. We are proud to be part of the history of Cadiz and wanted to highlight other historical places and events within the Cadiz city limits. There are 7 JMAM geocaches placed throughout the City of Cadiz. If you locate each geocache, and collect a numbered aluminum tree tag from each cache, you can turn them in at the Janice Mason Art Museum and receive one of 200 (??) Commemorative Coins created for this event. The challenge began September 18.
As part of our 25th anniversary celebration this year, we are offering monthly Make & Mingle classes! Click to see the schedule and topics of the sessions. Class sizes are limited, so don’t delay in calling to reserve your spot! To register for classes or to get more information, call the museum at 270-522-9056 or stop by.
Dining with the Dearly Departed
Have you browsed through our gift shop lately? We have a great shop filled with unique items, many of which are made by local artists. Click here to see some examples of what is available for purchase in our shop.