Home of the Arts

Supporting the arts has always been our mission. We host exhibitions, performances, classes, art and gift markets, and many other cultural activities. Supporting the arts in the West Central Illinois region enriches us all. We aim to continue to provide opportunities for performance and visual artists to have a place to network with their peers, hone their craft, and provide a venue to inspire others. But we can’t do it alone. Please consider becoming a member and help us keep serving our region. Thanks!

Macomb Arts Center enhances our region – and beyond – by providing a hub for area artists to engage with one another and share their talents with the community at large.

Upcoming Events…

Call for volunteers

We are currently looking to expand our pool of gallery hosts. Gallery hosts greet visitors, sell artwork and record the number of visitors during open gallery hours. Generally the shifts are 2 to 3 hours. Hosts can bring a book, artwork, or homework to work on during their shift or clean or do projects for the Arts Center. We would love to have volunteers who can commit to volunteering regularly, but if you can only volunteer occasionally we would appreciate it! If you are interested, please send an email to contact@wciarts.org and we will add you to the volunteer list.

Here are the hours the gallery is currently open:

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
Noon – 3:00 pm
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Closed Sunday, Monday & Thursday

Gazebo Art Festival 2019 (9/7/19)

Gazebo Art Festival Applications are up! Applications Accepted Until July 31, 2019.

Art Wind & Fire Festival, Macomb. September 6-8 2019

For Macomb, a service day!

In the News…

We received an Operation Round Up grant!!
This grant from the McDonough Power Cooperative is for youth programming we hope to start this fall!
Pictured from left to right, WCIAC Board Members Linda Lee Blaine, Ron Petrin, Nan Crossman, Brian Kinman and Mc Donough Power Cooperative Trustee, June Friend.

Tri States Public Radio had a report on the Macomb Arts Center

The Macomb City Council has approved a downtown  renovation grant to improve the Macomb Arts Center façade! Thank you!!!