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.
News and Events
Join us this Saturday, November 19th from 2-4 p.m. for a demonstration workshop from the Great Lakes Pastel Society. The featured pastel artists will include: Larry Blovits, Helen Kleczynski, and Nancie King Mertz. This event [...]
The Carnegie Center will be closed for Thanksgiving Thursday, November 24 and Friday, November 25. We will re-open Saturday, November 26th at 10 a.m. for normal exhibit hours. Have a great Thanksgiving everyone!
The 2017 Regional Juried Arts Competition entry forms will be mailed soon! If you are not yet on the mailing list and would like to receive a form, please call us at 269-273-8882, or stop in and pick [...]
The Carnegie Center for the Arts is proud to once again welcome the River Country Quilters (featuring the Quilt n Friends quilters) and West Michigan Woodturners. Together their beautiful works compliment each other as they [...]
If you're looking for ways to support the arts, our community, and the Three Rivers area as a whole, please join us and become a member of the Carnegie Center for the Arts. Your generosity [...]
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 Michigan, [...]