On the 2nd Saturday of every month, come to the MAC Center and Gallery for an art opening and music. Then stroll State Street where over 30 businesses on and around State Street in Media stay open late as part of a free arts event. Shops, galleries and cafes host local musicians or display the work of local artists.
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Media Film Festival
The Media Film Festival is a magnificent weekend of indie films – submitted from all around the country. Filmmakers have an exciting opportunity to have their work shown at an iconic theater in Media.
Let’s Go to the Movies
Media Youth Film Initiative
MyFi (Media Youth Film Initiative)is a dynamic film production class for high school students. MyFi combines the ageless art of storytelling with film. Students take part in all aspects of the filmmaking process.
Bastille Day, our most exciting 2nd Saturday transforms State Street into a French inspired, arts-filled scene from history, featuring professional theater presentations, visual art displays, live music and dancing, plain air painting and more.
Media Juried Photography Show (formerly Media ICONS)
In its ninth year this juried show brings photographers from the region to Delaware County to capture the uniqueness of it. This year’s theme is: Media & Delaware County—A Sense of Place
Capture Unique Images of Media and Delaware County.
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This winter and spring we are offering a variety of workshops by local artists. Evening workshops are BYOB.
January 31 and February 3, The Joy of Collage with Jessica Elderedge, a hands on collage making experience
February 12 Conquering Color with Matiko Mamaladze, a painting demonstration
March 5 Art on Your Tablet with Laurie Doran, learning on to create art on your tablet.
April 9 Photo Shop Made Easy with Laura Ducceschi how to improve your photographs with Photo Shop
State Street Reading Series
Co-sponsored by Widener University and held every other month this exciting series bring area authors to Media to read their current work. Past authors include Kenneth Bopo, Ailruba Ahmed, Jayne Thompson and Lise Funderburg. Each session has a different focus.