Color treated photo of Main Stage building with people standing in front of the building

Our Facility

We recently purchased a 9,600 square foot, 3 story building located in the heart of Historic Downtown Eureka Springs.

The cost for renovating this 100 year old building will total $1.5 million when complete. We have received a matching gift of a quarter million dollars, and with your help we can reach our goal!

  1. 125 Seat Theater with Dance Floor
  2. Café Concessions
  3. 800 Square Foot Community Room
  4. Classrooms, Offices and Art Studios
  5. Digital Video Editing Lab
  6. Recording Studio
  7. Language and Literacy Lab
  8. Rental Space for Workshops, Seminars and Other Outside Activities
  9. Art Exhibit Space

Our Lobby Renovation is Complete!

For information about how to rent this sparkling new, centrally located, well lit space for your next gallery opening or event, please contact us.

Accessibility

Our facility will strive to meet everyone's needs with ramps, wheelchair aisles and handicap accessible men's and women's restrooms.

The Theater

Small enough to be intimate, large enough to make you feel like you are playing to a full house! Our 125 seat theater is the perfect place for shows and Main Stage summer camps.

Classrooms

Learn how to act, learn how to sculpt, knit, play guitar - you are never too old for art.

Our engaging classes are taught by some of Eureka's most talented artists and musicians. What a great opportunity for you to expand your mind.

Offices

Looking for one of our staff? When they are not out teaching, fundraising, corresponding, networking or doing a zillion other things, you'll find them here at the office organizing the next big event!

Dance Studio

Let's get up and dance! From classical ballet to African tribal, dance is the art that moves us. This terrific studio is also available as a rental space for community activities.

Recording & Video Labs

New digital technology makes it possible to teach professional filmmaking and sound. Students can write, act, shoot, score, direct and edit their films about local issues or fictional themes.