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9/27 COVID-19 UPDATE

 

We are closely monitoring the situation surrounding COVID-19 as it evolves daily and will continue to provide updates on future shows and events, and health and safety protocols here.

 

Please note: The Appalachian Center for the Arts will follow any forthcoming state mandates related to covid that may be released as performance dates grow near. All requirements are subject to change, allowing us to best prioritize the safety of our audience members, artists, staff, and community. 

 


The Appalachian Center for the Arts is thrilled  to bring all the arts to you and your family! If you are feeling any symptoms of COVID-19, we ask that you use your best judgement and we can accommodate you for any other night. 

Upcoming Productions

UPCOMING EVENTS

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The Appalachian Center for the Arts presents “The World of Jesus: How Art, Archaeology & Artifacts Illuminate the First Century,” April 10 through September 11, 2021. This exhibit showcases ancient artifacts that will give you a glimpse of what life was like during Jesus’ time here on earth.

Featuring dozens of artifacts from the early Roman period, this exhibit highlights the culture of Jesus’ time, the day-to-day items that people used, and the interesting stories behind them. Several exhibits highlight biblical scripture, offering visual accompaniments to these legendary stories.

GALLERY OPEN

WEEKDAYS 2-5 PM  

WEEKENDS BY APPOINTMENT

Testimonial

"The App is good metaphor for the resiliency of this region. No matter who is in charge, The App will always stand as a success."

— Terry T. Facebook)

The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, provides American Rescue Plan funds to the City of Pikeville Exposition Center Corportation with federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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