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Jamie Grites and Douglas Johnson enjoy the exhibition at the McLean County Arts Center.

The McLean County Arts Center (MCAC) is one of the oldest, community-based, non-profit, art organizations in the midwest. Our mission is to support and encourage the visual arts in McLean County.

MCAC features 12 exhibitions yearly, which include the works of local, regional and nationally known artists.

MCAC offers classes for children and adults that include painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, jewelry, art history, appreciation and printmaking.

MCAC performs a vital function in our community by encouraging and promoting the work of local artists.

MCAC is so much more than the Sugar Creek Arts Festival. We also sponsor the Spring Bloom Arts Festival in March; host the very popular Margarita Night in June and the Holiday Treasures Exhibition and Sale in November. Additionally, MCAC organizes the biennial Emerging Illinois Artist Exhibition and the states oldest annual amateur exhibition. - JCI Photo Jesse Knish

Jamie Grites and Douglas Johnson enjoy the exhibition at the McLean County Arts Center. The McLean County Arts Center (MCAC) is one of the oldest, community-based, non-profit, art organizations in the midwest. Our mission is to support and encourage the visual arts in McLean County. MCAC features 12 exhibitions yearly, which include the works of local, regional and nationally known artists. MCAC offers classes for children and adults that include painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, jewelry, art history, appreciation and printmaking. MCAC performs a vital function in our community by encouraging and promoting the work of local artists. MCAC is so much more than the Sugar Creek Arts Festival. We also sponsor the Spring Bloom Arts Festival in March; host the very popular Margarita Night in June and the Holiday Treasures Exhibition and Sale in November. Additionally, MCAC organizes the biennial Emerging Illinois Artist Exhibition and the states oldest annual amateur exhibition. - JCI Photo Jesse Knish

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