Community Links

Pickaway County is rich in all forms of art and personal expression.  Below are some businesses and organizations that offer experiences supporting the arts.  If you want your organization added to the site, please contact us!

ArtsAround – nonprofit organization committed to supporting local arts in Pickaway County and surrounding counties.  They are also behind the force for a Cultural Arts Center in Pickaway County.

ArtsaRound Galleries selling art spaces with quarterly rotating artist’s displays.
 
ArtsaRound Gallery at Berger Hospital at 600 Pickaway Street, Circleville 888-477-2126
 
Art Displays at Pickaway County Welcome Center at 325 West Main Street, Circleville 740-474-3636
ArtsaRound Gallery at Scioto Valley Coffee at 216 West Main Street, Circleville 740-474-6400
ArtsaRound Gallery at the Circleville Herald at 401 E. Main St. Watt Street, Circleville 740-474-3131
 
ArtsaRound Gallery at Pickaway County Library at 1160 North Court Street, Circleville 740-477-1644
ArtsaRound Gallery at Brown Memorial Home at 158 Mound Street, Circleville 740-474-6238
Interested in displaying in an ArtsaRound Gallery, selling your artwork or getting involved with ArtsaRound?
 
Contact ArtsaRound at 740-474-3636 or J.P. Pennell, ArtsaRound Pres. at 740-497-7697, jppennell@yahoo.com.

Roundtown Players – nonprofit community theatre group focusing on educating and entertaining Pickaway county through performance and performance art.

YMCA Creative Arts Center – offering education in dance, art, and theatre.

Charmion Performing Arts Center – studio offering instruction in all things performance based-including dance, baton, gymnastics, and more.

Studio One – Instrument, voice, and acting instruction.  In business since 1977.

Simply Dancing Dance Studio – Studio specializing in Ballroom, Latin, Salsa, and Swing classes.

Central Ohio Music Therapy – Promoting healing and well-being within the mind, body and spirit through music therapy.

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