The Henderson Fine Arts Center is located in a tranquil lake-side setting on the campus of Henderson Community College. The entrance to the Center boasts the first outdoor sculpture in Henderson created by world renowned artist and Kentucky native, Don Gummer. The sculpture titled "The Optimist" was placed on September 30, 2001. The project was coordinated by Ohio Valley Art League.
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For information on facility rental, please contact the Henderson Fine Arts Center director at 270.831.9803 or e-mail Rachael Baar.
For more information on planning your trip to Henderson, Kentucky please visit The Henderson County Tourist Commission.
The Scott Foyer, dedicated to Helen and Drura Scott, is approximately 2500 square feet. The foyer is anchored by two art galleries and a coatroom and concessions area. The foyer is used for pre-show activities as well as receptions for art exhibit openings. The foyer is available for private dinners or receptions.
There are two large dressing rooms (see photo) that accommodate 12 each, with a sink, toilet, and shower. There are also two smaller "star" dressing rooms.