Wells Community Cultural Center
The Historic Wells Community Cultural Center
638 North Street
The Tippecanoe Arts Federation is housed in the Historic Wells Community Cultural Center. Built in the 1920s as a gift to the city from Dr. Albert A. Wells, the building first served as the Albert A. Wells Memorial Library. A Neo Classic masterpiece, the Wells Center has been transformed into a hub of art resources and opportunities within the community. Read about our Capital Campaign here.
The Wells Community Cultural Center is open to the public, Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm.
The Wells Community Cultural Center Grand Hall comfortably seats 200 and features a new stage, natural and theatre lighting, and a sound system. The Grand Hall can be rented for events, meetings, performances, and more!
We are proud to showcase a variety of art disciplines from artists in our 14-county service region. The North, Northwest, and East galleries are changed monthly and a full calendar can be found here.
Our studio and meeting spaces are better than ever! Record your next album in our Music Studio, teach a class in the Dance Studio, host a workshop in the Art Studio, or hold an organization meeting in the Member Lounge! Whatever the occasion, we have the space to serve you!
All Users of the Wells Community Cultural Center must be either a Member Organization, an Individual Artist Member, or an Individual Friend or Business Friend of TAF.
Members of TAF receive 15 free downstairs meeting room uses with annual membership.