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Wichita Center for the Arts The Wichita Center for the Arts is home to three professional theater programs. Center Theatre features respected, thought-provoking comedy and drama in a four-play season running from fall to spring. Off-Center Theatre provides engaging and educational dramatic experiences to school-aged children throughout the school year. And the Center's alliance with the Wichita Children's Theatre and Dance Company ensures that quality drama and dance events, for and by children, will always have a professional home in Wichita.

Our sales gallery is open year-round, featuring consigned works of real merit, with an emphasis on regional artists and Prairie Printmakers. The Collectors' Gallery features a rotating display of works from the Center's Permanent Collection. The Rounds, Weidemann, Hurst, and Contemporaries Galleries house traveling shows, artist exhibitions, and a variety of national contests.


Admission: Open to the Public. Free.
Hours: Gallery hours are 1:00 - 5:00pm, Tuesday through Sunday.
Address: 9112 East Central
Phone: 316-634-ARTS
Fax: 316-634-0593
Our Email: arts@wcfta.com
Our Website:www.wcfta.com

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