Welcome to Art Center of The Bluegrass

401 & 409 West Main Street | Danville, KY 40422

Our Mission

The Art Center of the Bluegrass connects people to art, culture, and creativity.  Bringing 30,000 people through the doors each year for the national glass museum, art exhibits, classes, workshops, retail space, café, events, community gatherings, cultural conversations, and ceramics studio. The Art Center of the Bluegrass, reimagining what an art center can be.

Events

The Art Center of the Bluegrass is pleased to present a dynamic slate of special events that bring people together through a shared love of art, beauty, and creativity. Learn about our signature special events below, and check back often as we add new events throughout the year.

Art See

Reimagining what an art center can be. The Art Center is enduring a major expansion project with a $3.7 million campaign. We will generate new cultural opportunities for community members and visitors alike, while dramatically transforming the region’s creative-arts ecosystem. Our vision for 409 W. Main is to expand the Art Center’s dynamic and inclusive arts community while preserving the legacy of Danville’s internationally famous glassmaker Stephen Rolfe Powell. Learn more and donate below.

Art Studio

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GLASS National Art Museum

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Fern, Curated Gifts

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Murrini Café

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What's New

The Danville Review of Art

The Danville Review of Art is a quarterly online magazine written and edited solely by young writers from middle school and high school who are part of the Youth Advisory Council at the Art Center of the Bluegrass.  While it is a group from the Art Center, it will also cover arts throughout Danville and Kentucky.  The Danville Review will have opinions, commentary, and articles on the arts and culture scene in Danville and throughout the Commonwealth.

Issue One | May 2024

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art,
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art exhibits,

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community
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Art Center of the Bluegrass.

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