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Fitton Center for Creative Arts Closing Through April 6

MISC_Fitton Center logoWith Patrons, Performers and Staff in mind, the Fitton Center for Creative Arts is closed to the public at 5:00pm Friday, March 13th until Monday, April 6th.

During this time, staff will have full access to their emails and voicemail. We request your patience as we work to answer any questions you may have.

We’ll continue to keep everyone updated through multiple formats, including email and social media. If you have any direct questions, please call on 513 863 8873 x110 or email at: frontdesk@fittoncenter.org.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update – Cancellations at Fitton Center

MISC_Fitton Center logoWe regret to inform you that the Fitton Center will be cancelling or rescheduling all events for the month of March and into early April, 2020. We have been in direct communication with the City of Hamilton Health Department for several weeks with regard to developments in the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, and have continued to strictly follow the advice and instruction of the Health Commissioner during this time.


  • Shades of Bublé – Saturday, March 14
  • Loving – Tuesday, March 17
  • Two Sketchy Dames – Saturday, March 28
  • 80 Acres – Wednesday, April 1

We are working with all producers and artists to reschedule all performances and events. At this time we can offer a direct transfer of all your purchased seats to the new date and your current tickets will be valid for the performance. However, if you would like to return your tickets, we can do this for a full refund. You may contact the Box Office on 513 863 8873 x110.

We continue to review all upcoming events under the direct advisement of the City of Hamilton Health Department.

If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact us on:

We thank you for your patience and understanding in this matter. The Fitton Center is committed to the health and safety of all our patrons, students and employees.

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Another Fun Filled Summer of Camps to Begin at the Fitton Center

FC_25 logoHamilton, Ohio. The Fitton Center for Creative Arts will begin another fun filled summer of camps for campers ages 5 to teen. A summer full of week-long art-themed camps begins June 17th and runs through August 2nd.

“With so many fun camp options, summer is one of the most energetic and creative seasons for our education program.”, says Director of Education, Kate Rowekamp. “We’re looking forward to inspiring and collaborating with many young actors, authors, artists, and maybe even a few dinosaurs in the coming months!”

During summer camps, little artists ages 5 – 9 can enjoy creating their own cute and creepy creatures in Monster-Makers Camp, make “dino”mite dinosaur-themed projects in Welcome to Fitton Park: Dinosaur Adventure Camp, and so much more! 7 to 12-year-old campers can become novelists, printmakers, combine art with the STEM subjects, make mosaics, and get runway ready in a variety of different themed-camps such as Artistic Authors Camp, Inky Ideas Camp, Camp STEAM, Mesmerizing Mosaics Camp, and Fashion & Jewelry Design Camp.  Teens can write and learn about publishing their own stories in the Tell Your Story: Creative Writing, Self-Expression, and Self-Publication Basics Camp, explore the intersection of art and STEM subjects in Camp STEAM, or print designs on our etching presses in New Editions: Teen Printmaking.

The Fitton Center’s arts education program continues to remain an integral component of our mission by bringing hands-on arts experiences to more than 1,000 students of all ages. Classes range from pottery and painting to digital photography, yoga and mosaics. The Fitton Center offers a diverse selection of courses that will appeal to both first-time and experienced artists alike. Generous discounts are available to members for all classes and workshops. Scholarships covering full tuition for one class, camp, or workshop are also available.

For more information on Summer camps or to register call 513 863 8873 or visit our website fittoncenter.org.

The Fitton Center for Creative Arts is incredibly excited to celebrate the 25th Anniversary season of performances, events, classes and exhibitions.

The Fitton Center for Creative Arts is located at 101 S. Monument Avenue on the Riverfront in downtown Hamilton, Ohio.

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STREETSPARK Now Accepting Proposals for Hamilton Murals

FC_25 logoHamilton, Ohio – The StreetSpark program is now accepting design proposals and painter applications for upcoming murals in Hamilton. Designs will be accepted now until February 8th at midnight and painter applications will be accepted now until March 8th at midnight.

“This year, StreetSpark is branching out to place murals in several core Hamilton neighborhoods. We are excited to expand our reach and to focus on developing community pride through public art,” says Jenn Acus-Smith, StreetSpark Program Manager.

Artists age 18 and older are welcome to submit a design and/or apply to be a mural painter. For each location there will be a Lead Artist and several Supporting Artists. We strongly encourage local artists to submit designs, but artists may be from any geographical location. There are three different mural sites to which artists can submit designs: Booker T. Washington Community Center, 1140 S. Front Street, Hamilton, Ohio 45011, Minnick’s Drive Thru, 2537 Pleasant Ave, Hamilton, OH 45015 and Max Stacy Flowers, 350 High Street, Hamilton, Ohio 45011. Representational, stylized and abstract designs will be considered, and artists should consider the physical appearance of the building and surrounding area in their designs.

The design deadline is February 8, 2019 and designs will be chosen by a committee of art professionals and representatives from the community who live within 35 miles of Hamilton. Online applications will be accepted and can links can be found at fittoncenter.org/streetspark or facebook.com/streetsparkart. Several information sessions for artists will be held to help develop strong applications. Selections will be announced in spring 2019. The deadline to apply to be a painter is March 8, 2019 and murals will be painted in June and July of 2019 with the dedication ceremonies being held in August and September.

Now a nationally recognized program, StreetSpark is a partnership between the City of Hamilton, the Fitton Center for Creative Arts and the Hamilton Community Foundation. StreetSpark is a program founded to further the arts identity in the city through exciting murals and public art projects. The program creates arts engagement by producing high quality art, providing opportunities for local artists and enhancing the visual appeal of the city. With the goal of fueling Hamilton with art, StreetSpark will bring visible murals and artwork into our community. This program is energizing our streetscape, creating awareness of the arts and sparking new development throughout Hamilton. A total of eight murals have been created since the summer of 2016.

For more information about the call to artists or the program, please visit fittoncenter.org/streetspark and facebook.com/streetsparkart or contact Jennifer Acus-Smith, StreetSpark Program Manager at: streetsparkart@gmail.com

The Fitton Center for Creative Arts is incredibly excited to celebrate the 25th Anniversary season of performances, events, classes and exhibitions.

The Fitton Center for Creative Arts is located at 101 S. Monument Avenue on the Riverfront in downtown Hamilton, Ohio.

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ASSASSINS Runs Sept. 20-23

Greater Hamilton Civic Theatre
Sept. 20-23
Fitton Center for Creative Arts [Hamilton]

Directed by Matt Neal
​Produced by Meggorie Haven

Cast: Chelsey Cavender as Propietor, Tyler Owen Parsons as Balladeer, Cy Wood as John Wilkes Booth, Rodney Neal as Leon Czolgosz, Rhonda Lucas as Emma Goldman, Gaby Neal as Squeaky Fromme, Michelle Shaffer as Sara Jane Moore,
Sami Shaaban as Giuseppe Zangara, Brent Peebles as Charles Guiteau, Paul Phillips as John Hinckley & Scott Christian as Sam Byck
The American Ensemble: Andie Angel, Ben Brown, Jake Brown,  Jen Drake, Chase Engel, Rhonda Lucas, Anthony Miles, David Radtke, Jenni Sheets & Kelly Walker

An award-winning musical telling the story of the nine individuals who assassinated or attempted to assassinate an American president. The historic killers come together to interact and tell their tale.

  • Thu-Sat, Sept. 20-22 at 7:30pm
  • Sun, Sept. 23 at 2pm

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