This category is for websites about information and organizations related to arts and entertainment. Topics include architecture, art, dance, music, photography, theater, performing arts venues, museums, galleries, libraries, movies, and cultural events.

Please note that the websites of some businesses related to arts and entertainment are listed elsewhere. When the technical or commercial aspect is seen to overshadow the creative side, as with recording studios, production companies, and stores selling recorded music or cameras, the sites are listed in the Business and Economy category instead.

Includes sites for regional artistic, cultural, and entertainment activities, events, institutions, and organizations.

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Bach Chorale Singers
An educational and artistic organization dedicated to enriching the quality of life of our community through the study, practice, and performance of choral music.
Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette
Information about Civic Theatre's presentations of drama, comedy and musical theatre plus theatre classes for youth and adults.
Imagination Station
Hands-on, interactive science and space museum. A place for children and their families to explore the worlds of space, science, engineering and technology. Includes history, membership, information about exhibits and calendar of events.
Lafayette Ballet School
Offers classes in ballet and jazz.
Lafayette Citizens Band
History of the band, a sample program, links to their newsletter, upcoming concerts and links to members.
Lafayette Symphony Orchestra
Information about the performances, members, special events, and conductors.
Long Center for the Performing Arts
A non-profit organization which provides Lafayette and surrounding communities with cultural enrichment.
Tim Harrington Band
Rock band with music samples, biographies, schedule, and contact information.
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