Madison’s Overture Center for the Arts begins fundraising campaign.

The Overture Center for the Arts has opened up some of their art galleries on a limited basis but still keeps the doors closed on performance venues. Picture courtesy of Adam Fagen,

Author: Cailyn Schiltz

The Overture Center for the Arts launched their Intermission Campaign today, a fundraising effort to support the venue and continue residence programming.

The Overture Center has been closed since March 13 and will remain so until 2021 at the earliest. The Intermission Campaign looks to offset these losses with a goal of raising $1.5 million by Dec. 31, according to Channel 3000.

Donations to the Intermission Campaign would allow The Overture Center to move some of their programming online and continue to enrich Madison’s community. Since 2004, The Overture Center has been a hub in the Madison arts community, providing the city with 12 million total arts experiences. 

The Overture Center appreciates tax-deductible donations of all sizes. Donors who give $100 or more enjoy benefits such as pre-sale tickets and exclusive events.

To learn more or donate, visit The Overture thanks the community and says “with your help, we’ll be right back.”