COME SEE THE ART!
We have four galleries—the Main, the Higby, the Miller, and the Cafe—and each gallery changes out almost every month. That's over 30 exhibitions a year! There's so much art to see, you'll have to visit us often to see it all.
Luckily, it's always free to visit. Hope to see you soon!
F/Stop Photography Competition
Annual Competition Show
September 4 – 26
F/Stop is our long-running photography competition and exhibition.
There are six adult categories: Nature, People, Architecture, Abstract/Altered, Landscape, Traditional, and one category for youth photographers. Come see who won this year!
A show featuring photography portraits of people with mental illness.
Through her Faces of Hope exhibition, Katie seeks to elevate mental illness through art. Visitors will be able to see that people from all walks of life are affected by mental illness and may even see themselves reflected back.
Stories will be included with the images, to help the visitors empathize and relate. Visitors can also share their own stories of mental illness.
September 4 – 26
A Katie Clark Exhibition
The Higby Gallery will be closed for the foreseeable future as the Center for the Arts does some exploratory renovations, and hopefully, updates, to the walls and ceiling.
We will reopen the gallery for a special exhibition in October, but it's likely the gallery will be closed for most of the year as we update the walls, ceiling, and lighting.
We have big plans for the gallery!
Closed for Renovations
Repainting and Restocking
The Cafe Gallery will reopen in October, but for this month, the gift shop and cafe are closed for renovations as we repaint and restock the gift shop.
When we reopen, we will have new items in the gift shop and newly updated hangout spaces in the cafe and library.
We have a lot of exhibits coming up! We hope you come to see them.