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The Arts at Millersville University, “Lancaster County’s Home for the Cultural Arts,” has two exquisite performing arts centers that feature music, live theater, film, poetry, dance concerts, community events and art exhibits.

The Ware Center is located in the heart of Lancaster City and The Winter Center is located on the Millersville University campus in Millersville, PA.

Upcoming Events

View a list of upcoming events, or join our mailing list to have the latest updates about The Arts At Millersville delivered straight to your inbox, including our 2023-2024 Season announcement!

Traveling While Black
Virtual Reality Experience
 September 27 – October 25
The Ware Center

Online registration required for time slot

ORIGINS/Freemind Freestyle
Performing Arts Series
September 30 | 7:30 PM
The Ware Center

Tickets are now available online

Ware & Winter Centers

Learn more about the Ware Center and the Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center, two artistic and cultural spaces that have become integral to the thriving arts community in Lancaster County.

Millersville University Tell School of Music building.
The Ware Center
Charles R and Anita B Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center.
Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center

Plan Your Visit

Join us for exceptional artistic and educational events! Plan your visit to learn more about ticket information, parking availability, and theater locations.

The arts are for everyone! Learn about the accessibility services available at the Arts at Millersville locations. 

Sandeep Das invites children onstage during a performance at the Ware Center
Plan your visit
Soweto Gospel Choir performs at Clair Hall

Support the Arts

Learn more about giving opportunities and ways to become a sponsor of The Arts at Millersville.

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Our 2023 - 2024 Season Partners

Ware Center and Winter Center logo


The Office of Visual and Performing Arts (OVPA) provides access to exceptional artists and educational experiences through the presentation of inclusionary cross-cultural performances, visual arts, films, special events, faculty and student activities, and youth and community outreach programs.

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