Hall Community Arts Center

Hall Center for the Arts

Just a half block from away from the Auer Center, the Hall Community Arts Center is just down the street from the epicenter of culture in Northeast Indiana. Small but mightily important to arts and culture in Northeast Indiana, this innovative building has been known to host everything from Japanese Taiko drummers to independent film festivals.

Hall Community Arts Center
437 E. Berry Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

Many of the Hall Center’s visitors come for the independent films shown at Cinema Center. Others head to the second floor for the Fort Wayne Dance Collective. Indeed, this historic brick building is a multi-media powerhouse of visual arts, music, dance and film.

Artlink formerly occupied the gallery space on the south side of the Hall Center. Since Artlink has moved to the Auer Center, we are looking for imaginative tenants to fill this space. The interior is stunning, with plenty of light, high ceilings and all the necessary facilities. Could it be another gallery? Studio space? Retail space? We’re exploring new and exciting options for this space.

The Hall Center is owned and operated by Arts United.

More information about Cinema Center.

More information about the Fort Wayne Dance Collective.