Bowlus Fine Arts Center

category : Arts
Bowlus Fine Arts Center Attracting nationally-acclaimed performers to the area, the Bowlus Fine Arts Center also houses a fine arts education center. The Bowlus provides display areas for local and visiting artists, while maintaining a permanent collection of distinctive paintings. For more information and schedules, contact the Bowlus Fine Arts Center.

Address: 205 East Madison
Phone: 620-365-4765
Fax: 620-365-4767
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The auditorium, classrooms and restrooms are handicapped accessible. Assistive listening devices and large print programs are available.

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