Monroe Arts Association 


HOURS: Thursdays 4-7, Saturdays 10-4, and Sundays 12-4

175 South 5th Street, Monroe, Oregon

EXCITING NEWS! You can now register and pay for classes ONLINE!  Just go to the Classes page and you'll find classes and the registration forms!

About Us:

The Monroe Arts Association is a non-profit community art center located in Monroe, Oregon.  Dedicated to serving the interests of rural local artists and encouraging a vital, creative community the Monroe Arts Association hopes to provide everyone with exposure to, education in a wide variety of art experiences!

Check out the Gallery page to see shows for the upcoming year!

What's New at MAA!


Check out our calendar for events and happenings!

Non-Discrimination Policy

Monroe Arts Association does not unlawfully discriminate internally (in its administrative and program operations) or externally (in provision of services) on the basis of race, political orientation, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ethnicity, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, or mental or physical disability or any other status prohibited by applicable law.

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The Monroe Arts Association strives to create an inclusive environment where everyone feels welcome. We are focused on achieving these goals because we believe that everyone deserves to have access to art!


Monroe Arts Association seeks to support our diverse rural artists and unite the community by providing a variety of creative opportunities for artistic engagement.


Monroe Arts Association seeks to socially and economically elevate the lives and artistic endeavors of rural communities by inspiring artful expression in all forms regardless of age, income or skill level.


Monroe Arts Association is dedicated to resolving the distinctive needs of community to facilitate a broader appreciation and understanding of the creative arts.


Monroe Arts Association’s goal is to encourage understanding, appreciation and support of all creative visionaries, and their advocates, for generations to come.