Henderson Fine Arts Center

Henderson Fine Arts Center


Henderson Fine Arts Center
2660 S Green St.
Henderson, KY 42420
United States

A wide range of professional performances. The Center’s gallery also hosts changing art exhibits.

Henderson Fine Arts Center, located on the campus of Henderson Community College. In this unique lake-side setting, Henderson Fine Arts Center’s concerts and shows embrace a wide variety of the performing arts such as music, dance, drama, and comedy. We are Henderson’s Showplace!

The Henderson Area Arts Alliance presents a full season of main stage and family shows at Henderson Fine Arts Center. The center's fully-equipped facility includes McCormick Hall, Stagg Meeting Room, and Scott Foyer. The two art galleries regularly display work of national recognition such as OVAL’s Kentucky National Wildlife Exhibit and the Art of Recycling Exhibit.

In addition to being the focal point for the cultural arts in the community, Henderson Fine Arts Center can be utilized for seminars, conferences, meetings, receptions, and dinners. Our professional staff will cater to your needs with gracious service and attention to detail.

Henderson Fine Arts Center Guild is the volunteer organization for the building. Numerous volunteer opportunities are available such as ushering, helping backstage, working the concessions, and assisting with special events. We invite you to be a part of Henderson Fine Arts Center Guild.


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