Technical Director job opening

The Ashtabula Arts Center is seeking a full-time Technical Director. The Technical Director is responsible for the technical operations of all productions, including lighting, sound, set construction, projection, rigging, and ordering materials, as well as keeping … Continue Reading

Announcing G.B. Community Theatre 2021-22

Announcing our 2021-22 season of G.B. Community Theatre! Tickets and season subscriptions will go on sale soon. The Smell of the Kill September 17-19 & 24-26 by Michele Lowe Directed by Bob Kilpatrick Produced by special … Continue Reading

Announcing cast of “Peter Pan”

Announcing the cast of the G.B. Community Theatre production of Peter Pan! Performance dates will be October 8-10, 15-17, & 22-24, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets will go on sale … Continue Reading

Open Mic Night cancelled

Open Mic Night on Saturday, August 7 has been cancelled due to low signups. Our next outdoor music event will be Blues Project, the last of our Concerts on the Lawn, on Wednesday, August 18.

Auditions for G.B. Community Theatre

The Smell of the Kill Wednesday & Thursday, July 28-29 7 p.m. 3 adult female roles Auditioners should arrive at the Arts Center at 7 p.m. Please come prepared to read from the script, and bring … Continue Reading

Plein Aire show winners

“PLEIN AIRE” SHOW WINNERS Best in Show: “View from Harpersfield Bridge,” Robin Borer, oil painting Alla Prima First Place Painting: “Hell’s Hollow,” Robin Borer, oil painting Alla Prima Second Place Painting: “The Home Creek Bed,” Ralph … Continue Reading

Accepted work for “Plein Aire” exhibit

Accepted art for the 2021 Ashtabula Art Center Plein Aire Juried Art Show: Dee Riley – “Riley’s Pond” Dominic Keim – “The Fourth Window,” “Meadow Waves,” “Into the Apple Tree” Laura Dressler – “Chapin Forest,” “Indiana Barn,” “Black … Continue Reading

Ashtabula Arts Center Revised Mask Policy

Ashtabula Arts Center Revised Mask Policy, effective June 2, 2021 In order to protect the many children & other vulnerable patrons in our building, the Ashtabula Arts Center will, at this time, continue to require that … Continue Reading