Fort Wayne Arts Scene

Emily Guerrero

Creative Women of the World is celebrating Mexico's Day of the Dead with a special installation of ofrendas, or altars, an authentic and key tradition of the holiday.

Courtesy/Art This Way

In spite of the damper COVID-19 restrictions have placed on much of our local communal activity, Fort Wayne's Public Art Scene has enjoyed unparalleled activity this year.

Courtesy/Arts United

When COVID restrictions threatened to cancel this year's Taste of the Arts Festival, its host organization, Arts United, got busy and virtually reinvented the entire celebration.


Fort Wayne Youtheatre has been getting creative with its virtual programming since the earliest days of COVID-19 restrictions and now it's getting ready to resume "in person" activities, summer camp-style.

Courtesy/Arts United

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to rule our lives, residents are looking for safe ways to connect and projects to champion, which includes the care and well being of Fort Wayne's arts scene.

Courtesy/WIKICOMMONS & A.T. Con

If you're looking for an off-beat midwinter celebration, Sweets So Geek is partnering with some of its neighbors in Georgetown Square this weekend to present Fort Wayne's first annual A.T. Con.

Courtesy/City of Fort Wayne

As the city's cultural skyline continues to blossom, 2019 proved to be another busy year on the Fort Wayne arts scene.

Courtesy/Greater Fort Wayne Inc.

As of last Monday morning, thanks to Fort Wayne's Art This Way program, there's a brand new mural on the downtown arts scene by Hamburg's internationally acclaimed muralist known as 1010.


Fort Wayne creative, Adrian Curry, recipient of this year's Emerging Leader award from Arts United, embraces the artistic passions that drive his community involvement, and he's giving school kids a chance to develop there own skills trhough his Art Leadership Center on the city's south side.

Bambi Guthrie

Fort Wayne native John Hartman is a seasoned videographer who formed his own company about six months ago on the city's south side, aptly named Zero Seven Films.