Arts in Bartlett's Center for the Arts is at 215 S. Main Street in Town Center. 630 372 4152. The gallery is open Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday 10 to 5, Friday noon to 6.  Always 10% off for members. Google "Arts in Bartlett" and click on the little teardrop icon on the google map for a 360 degree tour inside the gallery. Just go to "rotate view". We are also on Yelp, so if you like our gallery and programs, write a review! 

630 372 4152; art@artsinbartlett.org  

Parking Alert

Town Center is booming! Three new businesses have opened, making parking more challenging in front for Arts in Bartlett visitors. There are plenty of spaces in back and we have easy access through the back door. You can reach the back parking lot by entering to the south by Town Liquor lot or on Railroad Avenue, just the north of 2 Toots. Also after 6 pm and all day Saturday & Sunday Metra parking spaces are free. You can also park across the street at Village Hall parking lot. 

 Who Are We?

 MISSION: The purpose of Arts in Bartlett is to improve the community by providing access to the arts. This 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation, founded in 2002, brings diverse events to the Bartlett area, so that the multitude of cultural arts can be experienced and enjoyed by all. Through its activities, Arts in Bartlett wants to make the full variety of media and multicultural experiences accessible to people of all ages and backgrounds, whether they want to create, actively participate, experiment,or simply appreciate the arts.

In 2016, Arts in Bartlett is now in its 15th year of carrying out its mission of providing more access to the arts. It is now involved in the visual, performing and literary arts.  

We continue to work toward the vision of Bartlett and the surrounding community as one that values and supports the arts. Much progress has been made, and the momentum is building for the cultural arts to have an even larger impact on Bartlett’s economy and quality of life. 

Our goal is to encourage all residents to make the arts an integral part of their lives. 

VISION: Arts in Bartlett envisions a community where the overall quality of life is enhanced and each individual is made richer through an open participation in the arts.

How do we carry out our mission?
Go to About to read of our ongoing programs and annual events. See News/Events,  For Kids and Adult Artnd o learn of current offerings. 

Teaching Artists: 

Kathryn BentonVisit her website to learn more about her children's art classes at the Color My World Arts Academy.  kathryn@colormyworldarts.com

Dorothy Deen, Cello.  cellodorothy@gmail.com 

Mindy Dupee, Piano and voice. Director of our Children's Choir, dapiano2@gmail.com.

Elizabeth Niemeier has joined Mindy's studio as a second piano/voiceteacher and she is taking new students. elizabethniemeier@yahoo.com

Violin teacher Gretchen Sherrell is a  performer with several area symphonies and coach with Elgin Youth Symphony Chamber Music Institute.  trent@tsherrell.com  630-483-6879


Wayne Richards teaches woodwinds at Arts in Bartlett. Contact him at WayneErichards@comcast.net

Bartlett Center For The Arts 
Open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 10 am-5 pm,  Friday noon to 6 pm
See News/Events page for upcoming activities 

Contact Information
215 S. Main St. in Town Center 
Bartlett, IL 60103
630.372.4152 -

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Arts in Bartlett Programs are partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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