Experience Fort Wayne's Arts Community

Art

Fort Wayne is a vibrant city where activities abound for families, but we also have many opportunities to treasure our arts community.

Did you know that Fort Wayne is home to Louis Kahn's only theatre? This summer, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art will present two exhibits that examine Kahn's work, and his impact on the architectural community.

The Arts United Center is only one of the cornerstones to our vibrant arts community.

Plus, Fort Wayne is home to over three dozen art galleries and boutiques, full of unique treasures!

Main Street Arts Campus

Fort Wayne's Arts Campus offers you a chance to participate in, and enjoy all the facets of the arts in one location – within one block, you can enjoy theatre, dance, fine art, music, festivals and more. A stroll down Main Street is a chance to savor and celebrate the arts! View map.

Things To Do

Architecture

History Center Exterior

To experience all of this great design history in Fort Wayne, you can visit the main street arts campus and tour the renowned Louis Kahn theatre, take in the Louis Kahn exhibit featuring blueprints and more at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. Or, walk within the beautiful architecture of the beaux art style Allen County Courthouse, the Concordia Seminary (a Saarinen-designed campus) and much more!

Architecture Opportunities

Design

Fort Wayne is home to corporations that are taking Fort Wayne's design footprint to a new level. Ever heard of Vera Bradley or Matilda Jane? Yep, they're headquartered right here in Indiana's second-largest city!

If you want to experience the future of design in Fort Wayne, you should definitely visit during Design Week, May 8-12.

Design Week is your opportunity to interact with national designers leading the way and learn about Fort Wayne's design history through panels, hangouts, and more.

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