© 2016 Rowan County Arts Center       

205 East Main Street

Morehead, Ky 40351            

(606) 783-9857                  

rcac@moreheadtourism.com

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Art Classes, Plays, Events & more!!

Every Week!

Yoga Classes
Mondays & Thursdays at 5
:30 p.m. 
Join instructor Kelly Fleck for a relaxing hour-long yoga session. The cost is $5 per class and all levels are invited to participate. Grab your mat and a friend and come enjoy yoga at the Arts Center! 


 

Pound Classes
Mondays & Thursdays at 6
:30 p.m. 
Join instructor Tabitha Sims for a new workout. Pound is inspired by yoga and pilates with a twist! Using lightweight drumsticks, Pound incorporates cardio, conditioning, and strength training with the thrill of playing the drums. You won't just listen to the music you will BECOME the music. Classes are $5 and you will need a yoga mat!

Upcoming Events

Current Exhibit
Watercolor Splash

Closing Reception: Friday, November 1 
5 to 6:30 p.m.

Stop by and enjoy artwork by students from Linda Brewer's weekly watercolor classes. The reception is free and the public is invited. Visit with artists and enjoy refreshments. 

 

This historical documentary “Echoes From The Hallways of the Rowan County Courthouse” takes us back to the days when overnight the community of Triplett became Morehead, Kentucky to become what is now the  County Seat of Rowan County. This one-acre plot of land has been the site of one of Kentucky’s most famous feuds, a county sheriff shoots and kills the county clerk in his office, Southern Rebels burn the Rowan County Court House as they scavenge the area looking for horses, floods and much more. This event is free and the public is invited!

Concatenations 
On display November 4 thru December 6
Reception: Wednesday, November 20 
5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.



 

Funding for our art class supplies is provided by a grant through the Kentucky Arts Council. The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, provides operating support to the Rowan County Arts Center with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.