MCA is located in the heart of historic downtown Ocala, Florida. Long before it became the Center for the Arts, it was known as The Hub.
The building built in 1953 was originally a clothing store. It was owned and operated by Robert “Bob” Leibowitz and had been serving local customers since 1935.
Photo credit — Thanks to Kent Sperring for sharing the old photo with us.
Not sure about this copy below, but didn’t want to lose it just yet. I’ve gone through a few iterations.
So why MCA? Our mission is support ART and culture in our community. Our goal is to reach out to
Have an event or meeting coming up? Consider the delightful atmosphere of The Brick as a venue for your next event.
The nonprofit arts and culture sector is a $56 million industry in the City of Ocala.
The arts inspire us, sooth us, provoke us, involve us, and connect us. But they also create jobs and contribute to the economy.
The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.