The Kentucky Arts Council, supports the Carnegie with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the arts.
Located in the heart of historic Covington, KY, The Carnegie is one of the Tri-State’s premier arts and events venues. The Carnegie building includes many spaces to accommodate a wide range of events and performances.
Built in 1902, The Carnegie is an exemplar of the Beaux Arts style of architecture popular at the turn of the 20th century. It features a circular balcony and open rotunda overlooking the main floor. Above that is an impressive amber glass dome, as well as two floors of gallery space connected by dual ornately carved winding staircases. The Carnegie also features a fully restored theater modeled after a 19th century French opera house which features historically revived murals and plaster work in addition to modern amenities like air conditioning and plush comfortable seating.
The Carnegie Galleries provide a number of spectacular spaces for your special event. Whether you are hosting a reception for 150 or a corporate lunch for 50, the unique event spaces in The Carnegie will make your event unforgettable.
EVA G. FARRIS EDUCATION CENTER
The Eva G. Farris Education center is fit for rehearsals, meetings, and as auxiliary space for theatre rentals.
OTTO M. BUDIG THEATRE
A gem of Northern Kentucky, the Otto M. Budig Theatre hosts theatrical performances, concerts, dance, comedy, corporate meetings and parties. With a helpful staff, full box office services and a full complement of modern theatre technology, the 447-seat Otto M. Budig Theatre is fully equipped to meet your event or performance needs.
For rental inquiries, please contact Tyler Gabbard, Theatre Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 859-957-1933.