Portland Center

Portland Center
131 East Walnut Street
PO Box 804
Portland, IN 47371

Telephone: 260-726-4809
Toll-free: 866-539-9911
Fax: 260-726-2081
lobby@artsland.org


Portland Center Hours
Mon-Thur 10-9
Friday 10-6

The Portland Center of Arts Place is the premier community arts facility of our area. The center houses the main offices of Arts Place, Inc.  Dedicated in 1983, the facility was tripled in space and an expanded campus added in 2000.  The Portland center grew to include a 21,000 sq. ft. arts center, an outdoor plaza, an arts park, a gas kiln, and parking lots. Within the center facility stands Hall-Moser Theatre, Galleries, Goodrich Hall, visual arts and music studios, and meeting rooms.

Hall-Moser Theatre
Arts Place, Portland Center houses a 283-seat theatre with superior acoustics, excellent lighting, and a state-of-the-art sound system. The theatre is complimented by a large supporting space that includes an assembly area, rehearsal room, stage shop, and dressing rooms. Programming for the theatre includes Arts Place’s own performance series, productions by two local community theatre companies, and presentations by a number of other area organizations.

Galleries
The facility features over 1,500 sq. ft. of exhibit space, including the Hugh N. Ronald Gallery, Gallery East, and Gallery West. Exhibits change every six to eight weeks. Our Exhibits Program focuses on the work of living Midwestern Artists. Other exhibits include interpretive shows and an annual regional student exhibit.

Goodrich Hall
This large lobby showcases the stunning tile relief mural by Rhonda Franklin, Landscape’s Legacy. The 1,800 sq. ft. room provides an ideal location for receptions and dinners.

Studios
Educational programming is the cornerstone of Arts Place. Reflecting our priorities, the facility includes six music studios, a rehearsal room, two large visual arts studios, a kiln building with a 3,000-pound gas kiln, and an outdoor demonstration space.

Meeting Rooms
While Arts Place is designed as an arts facility, it is also makes an excellent location for meetings and conferences. Goodrich Hall can seat up to 200 for dinner. In addition, Hall-Moser Theatre is an excellent space for lectures and audio-visual presentations. Additional meeting rooms allow a group to conduct up to five simultaneous workshops or breakout sessions. Ample parking is available in close proximity to Arts Place, with convenient drop-off and loading zones.