Squires Student Center, 290 College Ave.
The Haymarket Theatre is a 500-seat proscenium theatre on the second floor of Squires Student Center. The School of Performing Arts programs this theatre.
Henderson Hall, 195 Alumni Mall
The Henderson Amphitheatre is an intimate outdoor venue just behind Theatre 101. The space is ideal for storytelling, small improv groups, musical entertainment, and open-air teaching. The School of Performing Arts programs this amphitheatre.
The Moss Arts Center presents world-class performances and exhibitions in its spaces, which include:
- Street and Davis Performance Hall: The 88,000-square-foot hall houses the Fife Theatre, three floors of lobbies, the stunning Grand Staircase, and backstage support areas serving the theatre.
- Anne and Ellen Fife Theatre: The 1,274-seat theatre is a flexible performance venue with impeccable acoustics and is capable of supporting a broad range of events across music, theatre, dance, and new media.
- The Cube: The four-story experimental Cube is a highly adaptable space for research and experimentation, immersive environments, intimate performances, and more.
- Ruth C. Horton Gallery
- Miles C. Horton Jr. Gallery
- Francis T. Eck Exhibition Corridor
- Sherwood P. Quillen ’71 Reception Gallery
The center’s galleries, both in combination and individually, provide intimate settings for exhibiting a variety of traditional, digital, and experimental works and installations from international artists, faculty, students, and community-based projects.
The university-level Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology, uniquely partnered within the Moss Arts Center, uses multiple studios support its cross-disciplinary research at the nexus of art, design, engineering, and science. Studios include state-of-the-art acoustic spaces with multi-channel audio, motion capture systems, and flexible spaces for design development, fabrication, and prototyping.
- The National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine performs works from Eastern European composers
- Best-selling author Justin Cronin gives free talk at the Moss Arts Center
- Ann Kilkelly honored with emerita status
- Jasmine Guy and the Avery Sharpe Trio bring the Harlem Renaissance to life with 'Raisin’ Cane'
- Architecture and life intersect for Moss Arts Center’s newest exhibition