Arts & Entertainment
Annual Art Show Held at the South Sioux City Library, this annual art show features artists from across the US. Art is available for show and for sale, generally takes place in April..
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Lamb Productions Theatre Professional theatre featuring live performances throughout the year.
Little Red Hen Theatre Located at 216 Main Street in Wakefield, the new Little Red Hen Theatre is a black box design that allows for changes in seating and stage location. Enjoy a variety of theatrical productions and other arts/cultural activities. Seating for 140.
Orpheum Theatre Newly restored 1927 theatre is home to a variety of performances including Broadway plays, the Sioux City Symphony, Ballet Sioux performances and more.
Sioux City Art Center The 45,000 sq. ft. Art Center houses a three story glass atrium, six-exhibit galleries to house traveling exhibits, and a permanent collection gallery for the Center's 900 piece collection. A hands-on Children's Gallery is enjoyed by kids of all ages. Special tours, receptions and events can be arranged.
Sioux City Community Theatre The Community Theatre stages eight to ten productions a year, including youth theatre.
Sioux City Symphony Orchestra With over two hundred presentations annually enjoy an opportunity to hear the talent of a premier performing arts organization.
Woodland Trails Art, Retail and Learning Center Arts & Crafts of the Winnebago Ho-Chunk and other Woodland Tribes Art Center is also located within the Winnebago Village Center. The retail store/art studio incorporates a local and regional retail outlet for Native American artists and others. The retail outlet features various art and craft products created by Native Americans. Woodland Trails is unique in that the creations displayed in the gallery and the items available for sale in the retail area depict and incorporate traditional woodland indian items that were used in everyday life and celebrations. Within Woodland Trails artists and crafters not only have a setting for creating their work but an location for demonstrating and educating others about their art or craft. Visitors will find this stop a warm and intriguing change from the most often depicted southwest syle of native american art.
Contact Garan Coons 402-878-4075