Cobre Valley Center for the Arts

101 N Broad St, Globe, AZ 85501, (928) 425-0884

Formerly Old Gila County Courthouse, the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts is a cultural center that presents Handcrafted jewelry, sculptures, books, paintings, crafts, ceramics, quilts, photographs, and other art forms created by local and international artists. Cobre Valley Center for the Arts has different exhibitions and is pet friendly!

The Rose Mofford room is one of the center’s exhibits that features donated to the museum memorabilia by the state’s first female governor, who was Globe’s local. Cobre Valley Center for the Arts also has a working stained-glass studio and a theater where The Copper Cities Community Players present live performances.

The Cobre Valley Center for the Arts was founded in 1984 and is a member-supported, nonprofit organization. As mentioned before, the center’s building used to be Old Gila County Courthouse and its iconic restoration to what it is today achieved by several hard-working local artists and many volunteers that came together to transform this 100-year-old building into the fantastic and marvelous venue for exhibiting Globe’s local talent while maintaining the building’s historical roots and integrity.

This art center offers exhibitions, performances, receptions, and different events for every visitor to enjoy. We assure you that after visiting this iconic center and taking in the unique turn-of-the-century architecture and fantastic gallery pieces or enjoying a show in the fabulous theater, you’ll be back for more of what the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts has to offer.