MAH MAGAZINE

MAH Magazine is published quarterly we highlight local and central valley artists, art venues, organizations and supporters. It is published January, April, July and October. MAH Magazine is printed and distributed in Merced County and can be viewed online world wide. 

Aftershock Festival

Shinedown

Shinedown

September Mourning

September Mourning

Shinedown

Shinedown

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Turbowolf

Breaking Benjamin

Breaking Benjamin

September Mourning

September Mourning

Aftershock Fans

Aftershock Fans

Shinedown

Shinedown

July 15, 2016

With an accomplished background in theatre as a writer and an actor, Shawn Overton has always felt at home creating compelling stories through artistic means. His most recent work in the performing arts was serving as a writer for Playhouse Merced for their melodrama “...

July 15, 2016

After giving a dozen years of his life to the United States Army, Juan Polino found himself returning stateside with several tours of Iraq and a peacekeeping mission in Kosovo under his belt. After struggling with the idea of what he considered home and a string of new...

July 14, 2016

Erik Mcallister can recall some of his earliest moments that he spent thinking about art. As a young child, he had a predilection towards artistic fields and a natural curiosity to fuel it. So while he didn't know it at the time, it was almost a given that he would bec...

July 14, 2016

With nearly a dozen artists coming together for one show, the current Merced College Faculty Art Show Exhibit on display at the Merced Multicultural Arts Center has brought together an incredibly diverse array of artists, ensuring that nearly all mediums are highlighte...

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