SEPTEMBER 30 & October 1, 2017 | Saturday & Sunday, 10am to 5pm | Celebrate the 47th Madison Chautauqua
Indiana Bicentennial Legacy Project
Madison Chautauqua Festival of Art is proud to be an Indiana Bicentennial Legacy Project. This year the Madison Chautauqua Festival of Art has added a demonstration village to our weekend. This village portrays art throughout the history of our state's legacy. You will see woodturners, the Miami tribe, wax artists, woodcarvers, a blacksmith and other art forms. Visit The Village page for more information and the schedule of events.
The Madison Chautauqua Festival of Art is pleased to announce the 2016 GetAway Weekend winner is Sue Gruber from Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Sue will recieve a night stay at Windy Hill Bed and Breakfast and dinner for two at The Key West Shrimp House. Congratulations Sue, we can't wait to welcome you to our town!
The 2016 Scholarship Winner is Bek Hoffman who graduated from Madison High School and is furthering her art studies at Ivy Tech and Ball State University.
2016 Poster Signing Party!
Come join us Saturday, September 24 from 5-7pm at Harry's Stone Grill. Here you will meet the artist and have Linda Wood sign your poster. This will be the only way you can receive a signed print.
Come experience Southern Indiana’s premier outdoor juried fine arts and crafts show.
Stroll the tree-lined streets of Madison's™ National Landmark Historic District as you shop from 250 artisans.Enjoy live performances throughout the show and a variety of ethnic foods at Riverfront Foodfest along the Ohio River. The Madison Chautauqua features artwork that is handmade and individually designed by the artist. Come and find your passion among paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, weaving, folk art, jewelry, fiber, wood, baskets, clay, glass, paper, leather and wearable art!
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Madison Chautauqua's Favorite Places to Stay.
Windy Hill Bed & Breakfast