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

February 25, 2019

The arts have always played an important role within any community. From providing residents with an alternative way to reflect on events in their lives to spurring commercial activity for local business owners, the arts can prove to be a pivotal tool for any city to m...

February 18, 2019

One of Merced newest creative collectives quickly made a name for themselves. The team of artists behind Phoenix was able to tackle a multitude of ground breaking projects in 2018, ranging from live plays with unique ways to engage the audiences to working with residen...

February 13, 2019

Working to improve the health and well-being of Merced & Mariposa County residents affected by hunger, the Merced County Food Bank has distributed more than 25 million pounds of food since 2014.

Pooling from hundreds of resources and working with the help of 1,300 volun...

February 5, 2019

We spoke with Executive Director Colton Dennis to get an inside look at what the highlights of 2018 were for the Merced Arts Center, and what he is hoping to bring to Merced in 2019

Was there anything you’re particularly proud of bringing to the MAC or having accomplish...

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