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News & Updates

Students! Enter Art Blooms 2019

Art will once again bloom beginning in spring as we decorate the lightpole banners in downtown Farmington! The Mineral Area Council on the Arts and the City of Farmington are pleased to be partnering on the 5th Annual Art Blooms in Farmington Downtown Banner Design contest! 80 winning designs will be chosen in this year’s...

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Tibetan Monks Sacred Arts Tour

In September, the Mineral Area Council on the Arts will host a group of Tibetan Monks from the Drepung Gomang Monastery, India, who are on a year-long Sacred Arts Tour of the United States. The monks will be creating sand art during the week of Sept. 11, and will present a cultural pageant on Sept. 14. Here’s a...

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Art Blooms in Farmington Slideshow

Here’s a look at the banners on display in Farmington! Congratulations to the 60 winning artists (see our previous post for a full list). We hope you enjoy the slideshow, but for the real excitement, make sure you get downtown to see the work! It will be on display through the fall of this year. (Take a map when...

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Zydeco Dancehall Concert

Join us for an evening of Creole fun! Dance the night away or sit back and relax as we present a Zydeco Dancehall Concert featuring the Boudin Brothers with dance lessons by Dancin’ Donna. It’ll be a great evening to get your toes tappin’ to the unique sound of this traditional Southern Louisiana style...

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Charlotte’s Web

Charlotte’s Web, a play based on the book by E.B. White, will be performed at 7 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018, at the Centene Center in Farmington. A Theatreworks USA production, the play is being presented locally by Mineral Area Council on the Arts and the City of Farmington. Tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for students...

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From Bach to Basie: A Singin’ Affair!

We’re proud to announce that world-renowned baritone Wayne Pope will be the featured performer at our next concert event, “From Bach to Basie: A Singin’ Affair,” taking place at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17, at the Centene Center, 2 Black Knight Drive in Farmington. Tickets are now available for purchase at the Centene...

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