The Mills Station Building has lived many lives. Since 1911, it’s been a cannery, a gas station, a post office, a grocery store, and a dance hall, among other things. It’s undergone significant metamorphoses, but one constant is the building’s significance to the Rancho Cordova community. Since 2018, local and international artists have displayed their work on the MACC’s walls. From exhibits exploring intricate 3D worlds constructed from tape to shows featuring wildfire photography from across the West Coast, the MACC regularly features exhibits focused on local artists, culture, history, and social justice.
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