The facility is the perfect venue for conferences, private parties, entertainment, classes or any community event.
Each month the Federal Room features the work of a particular artist. Tables, linens and chairs are available for rent.
Another feature on the main floor is the Sheltowee Art Shop. Many of the juried artists in the guild have their fine arts and crafts on display and for sale in the cozy shop.
The lower level of the Carnegie Community Arts Center features many of Pulaski County’s artists.
A smaller venue called “The Bistro” is available for smaller, more casual events. Local people and visitors can enjoy lunch in The Bistro, by ordering a day in advance of their visit. The Bistro is another place where the work of an artist is on display.
The Yellow Umbrella, located next to The Bistro, is another shop where visitors can find unique clothing, art and an eclectic assortment of gift items. The Yellow Umbrella also has coffee, soft drinks and snacks for the hungry art enthusiast.
The artists and art studios located on the lower level include Movita Michael, CeCe Butcher, The Escape Artists including Peggy Sherry, Dave Cazalet’s Little House Studio and Rhonda Wilford’s studio and framing shop.
Master Musicians also have an office located here.
On the upper level, the Carnegie Community Arts Center is the home of the Watershed Gallery, a gallery operated by one of Somerset’s oldest art organizations, Watershed Arts Alliance. This venue is the third area for art exhibits. Watershed is noted for the wide variety of musical presentations they bring to the community.
The Lake Cumberland Children’s Theatre is the other tenant of the upper level. This group brings together young actors and actresses to present both well-known and locally-written plays presented by the children of the community.