Hendersonville, Tenn. (April 10, 2023) – Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center, Sumner County’s premier arts organization, is thrilled to announce the launch of its new website, www.monthavenarts.org. The new site offers a comprehensive listing of the MACC’s exhibitions and events as well as links to register for the organization’s popular art camps and classes. The site also features a new blog along with expanded video and podcast features.
“Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center has grown exponentially since we launched our first website nearly five years ago,” says MACC Executive Director and CEO Cheryl Strichik. “We’ve gone from having about 30 art students in our school to over 700 today, and we have introduced major arts outreach and healing arts programs for underrepresented youth, families and military veterans. These programs and more are now fully represented on our new website.”
Parents and students alike will find much to admire in the website’s new, streamlined class pages. Visitors will now be able to quickly review art classes for children, adults and seniors with just one click. The MACC’s expanded course offerings in the healing arts and specialty workshops are also easy to find and use.
A new art blog will provide visitors with interviews and stories detailing Middle Tennessee’s rich cultural life. New podcasts and videos will provide vivid insights into the creative processes of local, regional and national artists.
The MACC’s commitment to community programming is well-represented on the new website. Information about the organization’s outreach programming, healing arts initiatives, veterans arts programming and senior arts classes are thoroughly presented.
Visual art fans will be able to plan their museum trips, thanks to a new exhibit tab that lists upcoming exhibitions months in advance. Similarly, music fans and festivalgoers can map out their itineraries with the help of the website’s improved events tab.
Navarro Creative Group, a website design, SEO and internet marketing company located in Hendersonville, created the MACC’s new website. We invite our visitors to explore the new site and discover for themselves why the MACC is Sumner County’s creative town square.
Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center (MACC) is a jewel-box art museum and education facility housed in one of Tennessee’s most spectacular antebellum mansions. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the MACC has staged exhibitions featuring everything from the ceramic art of Pablo Picasso to the evening gowns of Princess Diana. The artwork of local artists and military veterans are also on frequent display. As an art school, the MACC offers classes to more than 600 children and adults each year. The MACC also provides free arts outreach and healing arts to underserved children, families, military veterans and first responders. For more information, visit monthavenarts.org or call (615) 822-0789.