In partnership with the community and regional artists, we will maintain a center to teach, display and promote art through events, classes, gallery and studio space.
For over twenty years the Beloit Art Center has been located in downtown Beloit, the cultural center of our city. We are proud to provide our region with gallery exhibits featuring professional artists, emerging artists, high school students, and community members as they pursue their artistic talents. From our monthly First Friday receptions, to classes or art camp for children, there are many ways to be inspired at the Beloit Art Center.
Built in 1912, our facility at 520 E Grand Avenue originated as the Bell Telephone Company. The two-story construction of Chicago firebrick has since housed restaurants, the Elks Club and an antique store. An excellent location in downtown Beloit, it is easily accessible to both area residents and out-of-town visitors. In 1999, the Beloit Economic Development Corporation purchased the building on behalf of the emerging Incubator. With the support of the Greater Beloit area, the Beloit Art Center continues to grow and lead by example.
The Beloit Art Center is a 501c3 organization run entirely by volunteers.
2021-2022 Board of Directors
President - Gary Dencker
Past President - Jerry Sveum
Vice President - Dawn Stadelman
Treasurer - Jo Christofferson
Secretary - Nancy Clark-Mather
Ben Henthorn - Lead Gallery Volunteer
Part-time Gallery Manager
Join us by becoming a member!
You can join our thriving arts community by becoming a member. As a non-profit organization, we depend on art lovers, volunteers, and community support to fulfill our mission. Your gift is tax-deductible and all donations are welcome. Membership runs from January to December. For more information read our appeal letter: