The mission of the Morgan Arts Council (MAC) is to offer a world of artistic creativity that brings inspiration and joy within a welcoming environment for all.


UPCOMING EVENTS 

MACreate Art Classes
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Dr.Matt Hahn’s Dance Party!
May 17, 2024
Doors open @ 6:00 PM

Dance the evening away in the Paradox Hall of the Ice House with Dr. Matt Hahn! This Free Dance party will kick off the Bringing in the May weekend, see you here!

 

Hobo’s Donuts are the featured food of the Dance Party! They will have pre-packaged treats, tea, coffee, soda, and water for sale. Don’t forget to always support local!

 

 

 



Bringing in the May
May 18 & 19, 2024
12:00 – 6:00 PM

 

Free enchanted Fairie Festival at
the Berkeley Springs State Park!
Check out their website for the full lineup of both days!

 

 


The Gale Foulds Eco-Legacy Fund

In Loving Memory of Gale Foulds:

With heavy hearts, we bid farewell to a remarkable soul, Gale Foulds, whose passion for the arts and unwavering commitment to environmental stewardship left an indelible mark on our community. As a cherished supporter of the Morgan Arts Council, Gale’s boundless enthusiasm and tireless dedication enriched countless lives.

In honor of Gale’s legacy, her family and Mountain View Solar have established “The Gale Foulds Eco-Legacy Fund.” This fund serves as a beacon of her commitment to sustainability. Donations of any size will go towards the purchase of the solar panels. Every $250 in accumulated donations will purchase an additional solar panel for the Ice House, a symbol of progress and environmental responsibility.

Gale’s spirit will forever illuminate our hearts and the halls of the Ice House, serving as a reminder of the profound impact one individual can have on both the arts and the world around us. Let us honor her memory by continuing to cultivate creativity, preserve our planet, and inspire positive change in our community.

Together, let us carry forward Gale’s vision of a brighter, greener future as we celebrate her life and legacy.

Forever remembered, forever cherished.


 

Gallery Shows at the Ice House!

Main Gallery
April 5 – May 26, 2024

Faces
Curated by Cat Hutton

Faces are ubiquitous in art. They may be encountered in a piece of jewelry, a painting, a clay figure or a drawing. The word “face” can also have many meanings besides an individual’s actual face, such as a clock face, face the music, two-faced etc. Maybe you’ll even find your own face in this show!


Hall of Dreams & Carr-Kelly Galleries
April 5 – May 26, 2024

Jimmy Woods
“A Call to POP”

Artwork produced in the screen print and pulled ink style was first popularized by Andy Warhol. 

 

 

Samantha Zombro
“Reb3l Art”
Paintings that portray emotions and express feelings when you cannot express them yourself. Indulge into the emotion of these pieces and let them tell your story.


Summer Camp Registrations are now open! 

Do you need something for the kids to do over the summer? We have a full schedule of Youth Art Camps at the Ice House starting the first week of June and running until the end of July. Registration for our Youth Summer Camps is open now!


ICE HOUSE ARTIST’S CO-OP Retail Shop

Over 30 local and regional juried artists showcase and sell their work at the Ic052512-icehousepan-3e House Co-op Gallery.

*NEW SCHEDULE*
Friday – Sunday
11am – 5pm
304-867-3073
www.icehousecoop.com