Art is an important part of the Madison experience. There are 5 galleries filled with local & regional art representing diverse artistic styles and many of our local stores, restaurants and wineries feature changing exhibits throughout the year.
Whenever we have the chance, we like to showcase our artists and craftsmen during festivals and special events. Madison Chautauqua Festival of Art is southern Indiana’s premier open-air juried fine arts & crafts show held on the last full weekend of September. RiverRoots Music & Folk Art Festival in May features a “Craft Village” of traditional and historic arts and crafts with artists and craftspeople actively making and demonstrating their wares – everything from spinning and weaving to carving and glass blowing.
Our newest art venue is Rembrandt’s Gallery & Wine Bar where you can relax with fine wines and lite fare in a gallery setting.
Art on Main Gallery and Gift Shop
Affordable art, fine crafts and gifts by over 50 artists.
Carlson Art Studio and Fine Art Gallery
Mar-Dec Tues-Fri 4pm-7pm
Mon by appointment or chance
Gallery 115 – Eric Phagan Art Studio/Gallery
Nationally recognized Indiana Artisan. Painting, drawing , sculpture, and ceramics. Local artist. www.ericphaganart.com Nestle with the Gallery 115 Café & Gifts.
Special hours during holidays and event weekends, check Facebook.Phone: 812-274-4371
Greiner Art Gallery
Visual art exhibitions featuring a diverse line-up of artists and artistic styles, special events including demonstrations, lectures, and seminars. Open to the public during exhibitions.
Monday-Friday 9am-5pm, during special events in the CFA, and by appointment.
Located at Hanover College in the lobby of the Lynn Center for Fine Arts BuildingPhone: 812-866-7338
Madison Arts & Cultural Tour & Map
Madison has long been a tourism destination known for its natural and built beauty, boasting over 200 years of historic architecture; tree lined streets-capes, a lively commercial district, walk-able neighborhoods, colorful gardens, and assortment of artistic offerings, and events. It is an inspirational place. It is the combination of the old and new that makes the Madison Arts and Cultural District unique. Beautifully preserved, historic in nature, but interestingly progressive and contemporary, it has the fresh vibe of residents who are choosing to live ‘off the grid’ in a rural yet, urban setting. The natural and built environment invites those from all over and inspires the artist to tell the story with their art, their words, and images that are unique to this lovely little city.
Come see why we are ONE OF only TEN Indiana Arts & Cultural Districts in the state. From public parks, museums, galleries and studios, public art, wineries, breweries and confectioneries; businesses with art exhibits; to many more assets in our National Historic Landmark District.
Address: 326 Mulberry Street
Rembrandt’s Gallery & Wine Bar
Thurs-Fri-Sat | noon-5pm
Rembrandt’s Gallery & Wine Bar
Thurs-Fri-Sat | 5pm-10pm
Phone: 812-273-5050 or 877-522-5050
The Loft Gallery at Lanthier Winery
The Loft Gallery at Lanthier Winery: open Wednesday- Sunday 10am-5pm. Located in the loft overlooking Lanthier Winery’s tasting room. Free Admission, 5 seasonal exhibits including the nationally recognized Festival of Trees. The Loft Gallery features local, regional and international artists and fine craftsman. Exhibits include Glass, wood, sculpture, painting, lace, quilts, photography and Historic Madison local artifacts along with the holiday seasons display of magnificently decorated Christmas treesAddress: 123 Mill Street
Retail & restaurant hours subject to change, please call ahead.