Visitors with a passion for arts and culture are drawn to Lorain County’s vibrant arts scene. There are many significant studios, galleries and museums that generate a creative buzz.
Acorn is located at Common Ground on Baird. Rd
Comprised of more than 14,000 works of art from virtually every culture and spanning the history of art.
Americana is located at the Days of Yore Herb and Flower Farm on Jones Rd.
Arrow Block is located at Fred and Donna Gott's Barn on Gore Orphanage Rd.
Bowtie is located at McConnell Farm on S.R. 58
Buckeye Block is located at OSU Extension on Russia Rd.
Corn and Beans is located at the farm of John and Lois Fridenstine.
Desert Panes is located at the New Union Center on S. Main St, Oberlin.
Dolly Madison is located at Ray & Sarah Twining's Barn on Griggs Rd.
A community art center and gallery with a mission to offer art classes and experiences in many mediums to all ages and abilities.
FAVA presents changing exhibits of high quality artwork in a variety of styles and media.
Flutter Wheel was located at John Matus' Barn on Gifford Rd. The square, along with the barn on which it hung, was lost to fire on May 3.
Oberlin College's Weltzheimer/Johnson House is a late example of Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian houses.
A working fiberart studio and contempory craft gallery which features the work of over 250 individuals and very small studios.
Horsin' Around 4-H Style is located at the Lorain County Fairgrounds on Fairgrounds Rd.
The Lorain Arts Council is an organization dedicated to the recognition and awareness of the arts in the Northeast Ohio area.
Provides the Lorain County area with quality musical theater, and offers performance and educational opportunities to local actors and musicians.
Lorain Palace Theatre serves as a Civic Center, meeting place, and entertainment facility offering movies, live theater, special event space, and concerts.
The home place of Our Lord and Our Lady's mission to bring to the world the Message of Holy and Divine Love.
Memory is located at Rich and Bernie Raab's Barn on Pitts Rd.
Nine Holes in the Barn Door is located at Miller Orchards on Vermilion Rd.
The oldest continuously operating Conservatory of Music in the United States
Ohio Regional Music Arts and Cultural Outreach (ORMACO) is a nonprofit that makes music, arts and culture accessible to all, with a focus on under-served, disadvantaged and rural populations.
Old Indian Trail is located at Mill Hollow on North Ridge Rd.
Olde Towne Hall Theatre is housed in the historic North Ridgeville Olde Towne Hall. The community theatre has been producing plays for over twenty years.
Primrose Path is located at the Community Foundation of Lorain County on Leavitt Rd.
All works are mixed media wall pieces entirely made by hand from stuffed cotton fabric, polymer clay, metal and acrylic.
Rockin’ on the River is Northeast Ohio’s longest running and highest attended outdoor concert series.
Rocky Road to California is located at Mill Hollow Nursery on North Ridge Rd.
Shoofly is located at Howard Born's Grain Elevator on Haigh Rd.
Stepping Stones is located at Robert L King's Ranch on Pitts Rd.
The Stocker Arts Center is one of the top performing and visual arts venues in all of Ohio.
Tracks in the Snow is located at Paul and Linda Fridenstine''s Barn on West Hamilton St.
Weathervane Pinwheel is located at Ed Valerius' Barn on Garfield Rd.
Bring out your inner artist with a fun, relaxed acrylic painting class.
The Theatre is located in a one-room schoolhouse on Middle Ridge Road in Amherst Township. It is one of the oldest "theatres in the round" in Ohio!