The Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center is Southern Indiana's center for the performing and visual arts on the campus of Indiana University Southeast in New Albany.
The Ogle Center presents over a hundred events each year, including a variety of professional, nationally-touring acts on its "The Ogle Center Presents" series such as Frankie Avalon, Lee Greenwood, Diane Schuur, The 5th Dimension, Allison Kraus, Kingston Trio, The Oak Ridge Boys, Vienna Boys Choir, George Winston, Janis Ian, Birdland Big Band, Riders In The Sky, Marty Stuart, Chuck Mangione, Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, The Hot Sardines, Guarneri String Quartet, Indianapolis Symphony, and many more.
The Louisville Orchestra performs several concerts each year.
The Ogle Center is also home to the IU Southeast Music and Theatre Departments, presenting student ensemble concerts, student and faculty recitals, plays, and musicals. Student and faculty artworks are displayed in the Ogle Center’s Barr Art Gallery. Nationally celebrated guest speakers and lecturers are presented by IU Southeast appear at the Ogle Center each year.
The Ogle Center also boasts its Wonderland Way Art Collection, a permanent collection of historically significant regional artworks.