Meddick Collection

William Meddick Permanent Art Collection

The Milford Arts Council has oversight of the Permanent Art Collection, selected by jurors from exhibits it sponsored annually, open call, and private invitation. Other works have been donated to the City of Milford or to the Arts Council, upon review. Today the Collection consists of some 200 works that are on view at the Parsons Government Complex, City Hall and at the MAC.

In 2012, the Collection was named in honor of William Meddick, Executive Director of the Milford Arts Council for over 30 years, who inaugurated the Collection and is responsible for its breadth and depth. Marion Morra was curator of the Collection, along with members of the Friends of the Library and MAC Visual Arts Committee.
Murals created during the early 20th Century as part of the WPA Federal Work Program and CETA can be viewed at Parsons Complex, Fannie Beach in Woodmont, and at the Naugatuck Avenue Church, among others. This slide show reflects a sampling of the art in the Collection.
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