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Three Rivers Carnegie Center

The Carnegie Center for the Arts is located in historic downtown Three Rivers.  Originally built in 1904 with Carnegie Foundation funds as the public library, the main part of the Carnegie is a beautiful example of early 19th century architecture.  The Monroe Museum was opened as part of the Carnegie Center in 1997.

The Carnegie Center for the Arts indeed has something for everyone!  Visit our website often to keep updated on the current happenings.

Art Gallery

The Carnegie Center is an art gallery. Exhibit space is available in the Wong and Armstrong galleries as well as the Monroe Museum and the Mezzanine gallery.
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Concerts

The Carnegie Center hosts an array in our concert series.  In addition to these concerts, we host benefits, gatherings, and exhibitions!
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Educational Center

The Carnegie Center is an education center. Live performances are offered to elementary students in the area. Adult classes are also offered.
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News and Events

Pure Michigan Summer Contest Photography

Warm up this fall by viewing the Pure Michigan Summer Photo Top 10 finalists photography at the Carnegie Center for the Arts! "This photo contest was created as a way for Southwest Michigan residents [...]

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Carnegie Mission Statement "The Carnegie Center for the Arts is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting personal growth, self-expression, and appreciation of the visual, literary, and performing arts among the people of southwestern [...]

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Become a Friend of the Carnegie

Are you a friend of the Carnegie Center for the Arts? Now is a great time to join, or renew, your membership with the Carnegie Center for the Arts!  As we celebrate our 37th year as [...]

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