The City of Greensboro, in partnership with ArtsGreensboro, provides studio, gallery, classroom, administrative and meeting space for 15 arts organizations who call the 23 year-old Greensboro Cultural Center home. The facility was created through a unique private/public partnership beginning in 1988 with a private $2 million “Renaissance” Campaign to create a center city home for Greensboro’s arts organizations. Located at 200 N. Davie Street (across from Center City Park), the Center is filled with activity year round. It hosts visual art galleries, performance spaces, pottery and dance studios, visual art studios, music rooms and multiple administrative offices. The Culture Center is also adjacent to the future LeBauer Park, set to open in 2016.

The Center is operated by the Greensboro Parks & Recreation Department, with governance provided by the Cultural Center Council, a joint council of Greensboro City Council and ArtsGreensboro. For more information and rental details, click here or contact Building Manager, Barbara McKenzie, at 336-373-2712. Click here for a space rental application.

Greensboro Cultural Center