About the Wells Community Cultural Center
The Arts Federation owns and operates the 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 Building has been transformed into a hub of art resources for the region.
The Wells Community Cultural Center features a performing arts space, reception hall, art galleries, multi-purpose meeting rooms, and TAF's office. The three main floor galleries showcase a variety of art disciplines by artists from North Central Indiana. A calendar of exhibitions can be viewed here.
Following a major renovation in 2018, the Wells Building now features amenities tailored for arts and cultural activities. Click through the gallery below to see
Parking InformationVisitors to the Wells Community Cultural Center may use TAF's parking lot, located just west of the building's ground floor entrance. The ground floor entrance is often locked for safey and security, but you may be buzzed in by simply ringing the door bell. Important things to note:
- TAF is not responsible for theft of items from cars in its parking lot.
- You may park in any spot that does not have a "Reserved" sign, or in any of the "Wintek Employee" spaces after 7 pm.
- Visitors to the Wells may also park in the First Christian lot (right next to the TAF lot), provided it is not a Sunday.
- There is often ample street parking along North and 7th Streets for access to the Wells Building's main entrance to the reception hall, offices, and galleries.
- For larger evening events or when the TAF lot is full, Wintek has agreed to allow use of its employee lot at the corner of 6th and Brown Streets (on the Northwest Corner of the Wells Building.