Arts Night Out Showcases Community Arts Partners and ND Departments

By DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, July 22, 2019 News & Announcements

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The community is invited to a free arts open house at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center showcasing local arts partners and ND departments. Discover and connect with fellow arts-lovers in the area during the 2nd annual Arts Night Out. Last year’s response was incredible—more than 200 people from across the region turned out in force to celebrate and experience 10 community partners, producers, and presenters in a milestone event for the arts in our community.

During Arts Night Out, you and a few hundred of your friends will turn the Center into an artistic and cultural melting pot of creativity. Meet and talk with the people in your community making a difference through artistic and educational programs. Enjoy a brief presentation on our 15th Anniversary season and learn about upcoming events of all kinds.

RSVP now for Arts Night Out (if you haven’t already). Sip and stroll while you connect with local arts organizations, expand your circle of friends and acquaintances, and explore all that Arts Night Out has to offer. Groups from the Southbend Symphony Orchestra to Southold Dance Theater are preparing a menu of events, attractions, and performance to get you excited for the rest of this year and into 2020. Come prepared to create wish lists, browse what’s on offer, or purchase tickets to available events that night..

This year’s special event is, in part, a celebration of the artistic and cultural life that has grown and matured at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center over the past 15 years. But August 10 isn’t about looking back. Let’s look forward together and celebrate the powerful force for good that happens in our lives and community when we prioritize arts, culture, and collaboration.

We hope you can join us.


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Arts Night Out

The DeBartolo Performing Arts Center welcomes you to experience the Center’s vibrant art spaces supporting the region’s growing creative community.


Saturday, August 10, 2019