Our facility may be closed, but we will continue to serve our mission! SCROLL DOWN FOR UPDATED SHOW SCHEDULES As of Friday, March 20, the Center for the Arts of Homer’s doors are closed to public gatherings, and staff has been placed on home telecommuting during office hours. The health and safety of our patrons, guests,Continue Reading

James VanDeuson Live(stream) from a Van! 3/19

Cortland County’s own James VanDeuson was on tour when his March/April gigs were cancelled, stranding him in his tour van (safely) in Virginia. Following the Livestream, James and Rebecca are heading back to Ithaca! James joined us on Thursday, March 19 at 7:00pm via livestream at the Center for the Arts Facebook Page and LIVEContinue Reading

The Lincoln Letters

During the era of the American Civil War, Union soldiers were given free postage to send letters to their families. They only had to mark their letters “Soldier’s Letter.” As the Center for the Arts remains Closed until Further Notice, we are giving this same privilege to our friend and resident, Lincoln, the Center cat.Continue Reading

My Creative Journey – Share your story Here!

You could win two tickets to every single show throughout 2020 in the Whiting Theater at the Center for the Arts of Homer! We want to hear a story from your personal Creative Journey.  What is a “Creative Journey?”  It is your personal relationship with the arts in all their vast and various forms overContinue Reading

Live(streamed) from the Center – Chris Merkley

Regional musician Chris Merkley joined us for an intimate afternoon performance on March 17th, 2020. Please stay tuned for more performances, live-streams, and videos from local and regional artists! WATCH:

Who are We?

The Center for the Arts of Homer, located on Main Street in Historic Homer, New York is one of Central New York’s preeminent presenters of the Arts. Our 400-seat “Whiting Theater,” with its outstanding acoustics and diverse series of main stage programs, attracts and thrills audiences from Canada, the Mid-Atlantic and New England states, andContinue Reading