Carnegie Arts Center
Experience arts & culture in California’s great Central Valley.
Featuring artists from around the region and across the globe, the Carnegie brings the world of art to the Central Valley.
Programs, classes, performances, school field trips, and changing exhibitions come together to provide education and engagement for all ages.
Become a member, take a class, attend an event or sign on to volunteer! An array of creative opportunities allows you to engage with artists, musicians, authors and curators to create the enriching experience you desire.
The Carnegie Arts Center is the community’s resource for discovering and learning through the arts.
Housed in Turlock’s historic Carnegie Library building (built in 1916, renovated and expanded in 2011), The Carnegie Arts Center Foundation, Turlock, is a non-profit organization, presenting exhibitions, educational programs, and classes for the Central Valley audience. The CACF leases the building owned by the City of Turlock, operates independently, and is responsible for 100% of all costs to run and maintain the arts center.
Get In Touch
- (209) 632-5761
250 N. Broadway
Turlock, CA 95380