Located in Alliance, Nebraska, what used to be the Carnegie Library is now famously known as the Carnegie Arts Center. This is a local museum that exhibits arts made by local artists who wish to express their art. The Carnegie Arts Center is one of a kind fine arts facility for any persons who wish to share their passion for visual, performing and literary arts. The museum is admission is free of charge and is wheelchair accessible so it is very convenient for visitors.
This building was built in 1911 to become the Carnegie Library. In the years to come, the building deteriorated and was later on condemned. In 1993, it was renovated by a group of artists who used the building to become the museum. Today, it houses 3 separate galleries namely: Skala Gallery, Garwood Gallery, and the Studio Gallery. Moreover there are added galleries in the recent years such as the Gift Gallery where exhibits of blown glasses, ceramics, pottery and jewelry are showcased. The museum is open on Tuesdays to Saturdays as well as half day during Sundays.