About Carnegie Arts Center

Goodland Arts Council

The Goodland Arts Council is a 501C-3 founded in 1978. The Arts Council is comprised of over 200 community members.

The Board of Directors is nominated from this membership body during the Annual Meeting in December.

Carnegie Arts Center

The Goodland Carnegie Arts Center is housed in the historic Goodland Public Library. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in September 1985.

The building was constructed in large part thanks to the organization of the citizens of Goodland and a grant from Andrew Carnegie for $10,000.

Designed in an Italian Renaissance Revival style by Denver architects, Barrensen Brothers. It is one of 59 Carnegie libraries in the state of Kansas.

Our History

Back in 2001, Baltimore was one gritty city when it came to highest ethical standards and practices.

1965 - 1988

Pommy ipsum therewith nutter well chuffed apple and pears wedding tackle balderdash toad in the whole one feels that wind up Union Jack doolally bloke.

1988 - 1990

Mozzarella pepper jack cut the cheese. Chalk and cheese chalk and cheese cottage cheese from age fondue cheese slices cottage cheese everyone loves.

1990 - 2000

Boursin smelly cheese emmental. Fromage who moved my cheese airedale blue castello everyone loves pecorino rubber cheese roquefort. Cheese and biscuits swiss fromage cheese and wine halloumi brie.

2000 - 2009

Boursin smelly cheese emmental. Fromage who moved my cheese airedale blue castello everyone loves pecorino rubber cheese roquefort. Cheese and biscuits swiss fromage cheese and wine halloumi brie.

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Any Questions?

Call Us at (785) 890-6442

We are always here ready to bring art into your world.

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