The Ogle Center at Indiana University Southeast

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, presenting a variety of professional, nationally touring artists on its signature "The Ogle Center Presents" series. Past artists have included Richard Marx, Riders In The Sky, Diane Schuur, Vienna Boys Choir, Lee Greenwood, Judy Collins, Frankie Avalon, Oak Ridge Boys, and more.

The Louisville Orchestra performs several times each year at the Ogle Center, presenting its series of Neighborhood.

The Ogle Center also presents a free Children & Family series. Past performances have included Stage One Family Theatre, Squallis Puppeteers, Blue Apple Players, Dance Kaleidoscope, and more.

In addition to professional acts, the Ogle Center is also home to IU Southeast's Music and Theatre Departments, presenting many student and faculty concerts, recitals, musicals, and plays.

The center contains four different venues: Stem Concert Hall, Robinson Theater, Stiefler Recital Hall, and the outdoor Horseshoe Amphitheater as well as the Ronald L. Barr art gallery. The James L. Russell Wonderland Way Art Collection is on permanent display in the Ogle lobby.

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