As we began to explore the future of Muskoka Arts & Crafts and how it could support its members during these momentous times, we came back to MAC’s rich and engaging history. Muskoka Arts & Crafts aimed to define an identity that embodied the organization’s legacy while also expressing personality and creativity, with the ultimate goal of allowing for more online programming and increased value for members.
Month: October 2020
The MAC Maker Mark is a designation given to artists and craftspeople producing work in Muskoka. When you see the MAC Maker Mark, you can be confident that the work you’re buying was made right here in Muskoka and that you’re supporting a local artist.
In 2011, sixteen artists from Muskoka made their Spring One of a Kind Show debut in Toronto, Ontario, with the Muskoka Artists Marketplace.
Supporting artists is vital during this uncertain time. Here are seven ways you can continue to support artists during, and after, the pandemic.
Doris McCarthy, the renowned landscape painter and one of Canada’s national treasures, showed her paintings at the Chapel Gallery in 1996.
Did you know that Muskoka Arts & Crafts’ Summer Show started with a question?