Upcoming Events

Exhibits / Visual Arts

Zachery Hart - Pop-up

July 11-14 12-4pm

Tue-Fri, 3-4pm.  Closes with Reception Aug 1.

Full Season Artist Calls

All Artist Calls by Due Date

MAC's Community Activities

This is a list of regularly scheduled member and community activities that the MAC supports.   Click an image for more information. 

No ongoing events

the MAC is made possible by people like you.

Thank you to our Sponsors, Donors and Volunteers.

Frequently Asked Questions

These are the questions that the community most often inquires about.  This list should help provide you with the information  you seek quickly. 

The Milford Arts Council, the MAC is a 501c3 non-profit member organization, certified in 1972. It stemmed from a community-wide survey conducted by the office of the mayor in 1970/71, asking residents what they wanted to see in their town. First, as a grassroots group meeting in homes, churches, business lobbies, and school gymnasiums, the group selected the abandoned earthbound train station as its permanent home, now called the MAC, and opened in 1995. We are the only organization in the state that supports and presents every discipline of the arts for all ages and demographics.

The MAC is located in downtown Milford at 40 Railroad Ave. It IS the eastbound train station! A performance and presentation space, it is also home to staff offices. We are accessible by car, bus, train, foot and boat, all within 2 blocks along the town green and surrounded by shops and restaurants.


The Firehouse Gallery is located in the Walnut Beach neighborhood, just a block up from the beach. It is a gallery/workshop space used for MAC exhibits, rental pop-shops and private events. It is a community hub where meetings are held for MAC committees and neighborhood groups.

All ticket purchases are non-refundable and include fees, whether paid by card, check or cash. Member discounts are available for specific events.

Both the MAC and the Firehouse Gallery are handicapped accessible for main floor activities and restrooms. The MAC also has elevator access for concessions and extra restrooms.

Masks are welcomed, but not required at this time. Subject to change based on health regulations at any time.

Performances, programs, and activities hosted by the MAC are dependent on volunteers.


Volunteer with us!

Downtown Milford offers plenty of dining and shopping options for all discerning tastes; please call the office for suggestions.

All commuter and Bank lots are open to the public after 4PM, Mon-Fri and all day Sat/Sun.

Street parking is also readily available within walking distance to and along area restaurants

ALL events at the MAC offer concessions with bagged snacks and a curated selection of wines, local beers, and a “spirit of the night”.


*Outside food and beverages are not allowed

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