Arts & Performing Arts
The arts & performing arts is a popular attraction in Wayne County, Indiana. From local plays at Civic Theatre to live music from the Symphony and famous artists at the Richmond Art Museum, you won't be disappointed in Wayne County, Indiana!!
The 4th Floor Blues Club hosts various monthly concerts and special events. Reception hall is available for private events.
Founded in the 1890s, Abbott's Candy Shop is nationally known for tasty homemade caramels and chocolates. Every Wednesday from 9-2, free tours are available so visitors can watch how the chocolates and caramels are created.
Richmond Civic Hall is a state-of-the-art performance facility that hosts performances by regional, national, and international touring artists and serves the region with the "Proudly Presenting Series". Group rates available.
Earlham's rich schedule of public events brings performers and speakers of international renown to Richmond. The Fine Arts Department features student arts and performances. Many of the events are free or include a normal ticket price.
Experience art from around the globe in periodic exhibitions in the Ronald Gallery, Eli Lilly Library.
Admission is free.
"BBQ for the People!" Great food, fun atmosphere in a beautifully restored 1860 firehouse, hand-painted murals, blues theme and live blues music on the weekends. Outdoor seating available.
The Gennett Records branch of the now-defunct Starr Piano Company is well-known for its groundbreaking recordings of numerous jazz pioneers like Louis Armstrong, Hoagy Carmichael, Jelly Roll Morton and Duke Ellington. Once located on the banks of the Whitewater River in the center of Richmond, Gennett Records also recorded many pioneers in other styles of American music. Blues artist Thomas A.
Paint your own pottery studio. Hands-on studio allows you to pick the ceramic piece you like, add your own design and then leave it for the staff to glaze and fire. Come back in 8 days and your piece is finished and ready to take home!
The historic 1880s Museum building displays the history of the Nettle Creek area on two floors. Free admission. Arts Place on the ground floor provides free art lessons and materials on walk-in basis, for adults every Saturday, 2-6 PM. Free violin and childrens art lessons also provided. Original art by award-winning area artists, jewelry and books are for sale.
The Starr-Gennett Foundation's Hometown Gallery offers memorabilia, art, and gifts related to Wayne County's rich heritage.
The Lively Arts Series offers up a blend of performing artists, exhibitions, lectures, and forums at little or no cost.
An 8 acre winery & brewery nestled in a country setting, walking trails, and pond are a part of the wonderful landscape. Outdoor seating available on deck and authentic Italian wood-fire oven.
This is a rotating art exhibit featuring works by regional artists with approximately 25 pieces of display at any given time.
Nationally and internationally known, the Magaws create unique, contemporary metal and wood sculptures for gardens, interiors, and businesses. Browse through their studio full of one-of-a-kind sculptures.
Over 80 vibrant murals are woven along city streets in an inspiring collage of Richmond/Wayne County's historic past. This self-guided trail through Wayne County will be awe-stricken by the details and artistic abilities showcased in these public works of art.
Overbeck Pottery, produced between 1911 and 1955, is recognized as an important part of our national art history. The museum preserves the creative art of the six Overbeck sisters, who lived and worked in Cambridge City, Indiana. Located inside the Cambridge City Library.