Arts & Performing Arts
Richmond & Wayne County, Indiana's has attracted art lovers from around the globe to come visit. Home to unique galleries, historic theaters, and musical talent, a vibrant arts scene awaits you. You won't be disappointed in Wayne County, Indiana!!
Fine art museum, founded in 1898, featuring Indiana artists and American art including, T.C. Steele, John E. Bundy, Wayman Adams, Wm. Merritt Chase, Robert Reid, Childe Hassam, and Overbeck pottery. Richmond Art Museum is the oldest cultural institution in Wayne County and the second oldest art museum in Indiana.
The Richmond Civic Theatre has been providing quality production since 1952. Recently renovated, the theatre presents musical comedies to classic dramas, youth theatre productions, and alternative theatre.
Richmond Community Orchestra is dedicated to encouraging lifelong musicianship and appreciation of orchestral music in Richmond, Indiana. Membership in the orchestra is free, and is open to musicians of all ages. The orchestra usually performs at least five free concerts a year, and occasionally performs extra concerts for special events or local organizations.
The Richmond Symphony Orchestra is a fully professional orchestra with a 100-voice chorus that has entertained since 1957. The Symphony presents guest artists from throughout the world for varied performances.
Functional and decorative stoneware pottery of high quality. Watch while the unique creations are crafted by hand.
A small venue, located in what used to be The Odd Fellows Building, built in 1868! Featuring an assortment of classes and events including Yoga, Meditation, Belly Dancing, Fitness, Small Concerts, and more.
Richmond is home to a collection of Louis Comport Tiffany stained glass windows. Three sites within a five block area offer a glimpse of this magnificent National Art Treasure.
The Tom Thomas Gallery was named after Tom Thomas, an artist, associate professor of fine arts at Indiana University East, and founder of the Whitewater Valley Art Competition (WVAC). The Tom Thomas Gallery is home to several events, most notably, the Whitewater Valley Art Competition. Several different pieces of art are on display in the Tom Thomas Gallery at all times.