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Carnegie Art Center

The Carnegie Arts Center is housed in the historic Goodland Public Library, built in 1913, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in September 1985. The building was constructed in large part thanks to a grant from Andrew Carnegie for $10,000, and an active, engaged, and motivated citizenry. The building was designed in an Italian Renaissance Revival style by Denver architects, Barrensen Brothers. It is one of 59 Carnegie libraries in the State of Kansas. The Arts Center has called this building home since 1985. Two major remodels of the top floor have been undertaken since 1985, the most recent being in 2017. The Arts Center features a modern visual arts gallery, gift shop, and classroom space.

120 W. 12th St.
Goodland, KS 67735

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