Art & Theatre
Art is a private affair based on one’s individual taste. That’s why in Pulaski County you might be surprised to find so much of the local arts including Appalachia arts and crafts.
The Fine Arts Center of the New River Valley is located on West Main Street in the Town of Pulaski. This non-profit organization was established in 1978. Their mission is, “believing that art is important to the life of the community, our purpose is to foster an enjoyment, appreciation, and understanding of all forms of art, promote art education, and to encourage and support artists to provide education, art shows and to continue…… so that all may enjoy the arts.”
Adaire Theatre produces engaging works that will foster educational and artistic growth. The produce quality shows that inspire collaboration between a variety of organizations and business, leaving a lasting impression on our society.
- Theatre productions
- Theatre education
- Event calendar online
- Tickets available online
See movies, plays, concerts and more at the hundred year-old theatre in downtown Pulaski. Each year, a mix of local and national music and theatrical tours make an appearance. The theatre is a nonprofit organization and ongoing project with the intentions of maintaining a living part of local history.
- Local bands
- Local orchestra
- National tribute acts
- Classic film showings
- Occasional modern blockbusters
- Event calendar online
- Tickets available online or at local businesses
NRV Regional Theatre
The New River Valley Regional Theatre Company performs in different venues throughout the New River Valley with a new home base and partnership with the historic Draper Mercantile in Thee Draper Village. Follow their Facebook page for current information at New River Valley Regional Theatre. For reservations or ticket information, call (540) 994-5659 ext. 4.
Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley
21 W Main St, Pulaski VA
Located in downtown Pulaski, the Fine Arts Center has promoted the arts for 40 years. The center has a gallery, gift shop, and offices on West Main Street, and a second location for dance, gymnastics, and jiu jitsu classes on Fourth Street. About 800,000 patrons have visited the gallery or attended classes, performances, and special events. Since it opened, the center has hosted programs in the visual and performing arts that have involved 26,000 artists