Janice Mason Art Museum
The Janice Mason Art Museum in Cadiz, originally named the Cadiz Community Arts Center, was founded in 1998. What began as the dream of three people not only has become reality but also has grown into a fully functioning, well-known art center for Western Kentucky. Today the facility includes more than 2,100 square feet of wall exhibit space and a lower level with classrooms and studio space. From its inception, the purpose of the museum has been to provide opportunity for interaction with visual and performing arts while promoting an environment for people of all ages and backgrounds to achieve personal growth through the arts.
- Program 706
Documentary photographer Sam Abell, who has traveled the world shooting for National Geographic and other publications; the Janice Mason Art Museum, the most creative destination in Cadiz; and music by Australians Matt and Pauly Zarb, who now live in Bardstown. (#706)