The arts are alive and well in Northwest Kentucky. From performing arts centers to acting companies to art galleries to concerts in the park, the communities of Northwest Kentucky pulse with the exciting arts scene that you’ve been looking for.
The Audubon Museum and Nature Centerleads off any discussion of the arts in the region. This world-renowned center, housed in a 1930s WPA building that is a masterpiece all on its own, is dedicated to former Henderson resident and noted artist and ornithologist, John James Audubon. In addition to the Museum, Audubon prints can be found at the historic Henderson County Public Library and a trail of bronze statutes based on Audubon prints can be found downtown.
The 1000-seat Henderson Fine Arts Center is home to Henderson Area Arts Alliance, which hosts local productions and traveling shows. The Ohio Valley Arts Alliancesupports the area’s visual arts, while the Unicorn Players produce several shows throughout the year. The Livermore Library and Art Museum and the Camp Breckinridge Museum and Arts Center help to round out the area arts venues.
Outdoor summer concert series are found throughout the region focusing on blues, bluegrass, rock, country, gospel and everything in-between. Learn more about Northwest Kentucky's arts scene.