The Arbury Fine Arts Center at Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU), Michigan, USA, is named in honor of Dorothy D. "Honey" and Ned S. Arbury, benefactors of SVSU and art philanthropists. Mrs. Arbury began serving on the governing board when Saginaw Valley College (SVC) was founded in 1963, a position she held until 1986. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arbury Fine Arts Center"
The Aronoff Center is a large performing arts center in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. Events that can typically be found at the Aronoff Center include: plays, ballet, popular music concerts, stand-up comedy shows, and musicals. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aronoff Center"
An arts centre is distinct from an art gallery or art museum. An arts centre is a functional community centre with a specific remit to encourage arts practice and to provide facilities such as theatre space, gallery space, venues for musical performance, workshop areas, educational facilities, technical equipment etc. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arts centre"
The BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art is an arts centre located on the South Bank of the River Tyne close to the Gateshead Millennium Bridge, in Gateshead in the north-east of England. ...more on Wikipedia about "BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art"
The Beck Center in Lakewood, Ohio, is the largest theater and cultural arts center in Ohio, with an annual attendance of over 12,000 theatergoers each season. The current artistic director is Scott Spence. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beck Center"
The Camden Arts Centre is a Grade II listed building sited in the London Borough of Camden, London, England, between the areas of Hampstead and Kilburn. It is the largest arts centre venue in North London, although by no means is it the largest arts venue per se. ...more on Wikipedia about "Camden Arts Centre"
Capitol Hill Arts Center, also known by its acronym CHAC (pronounced like "shack"), is a performing arts complex located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. The CHAC houses a number of businesses catering to many aspects of the arts: performing, musical, healing, culinary, and others. The space includes a full theater on the upper level, a Pilates studio and CRAVE. CHAC is also home to Brown Paper Tickets, and soon to be a secondary performance space, and bar. ...more on Wikipedia about "Capitol Hill Arts Center"
The Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University, in Cambridge, Massachusetts is the only building actually built by Le Corbusier in the United States, one of only two in the Americas. (The other is the Curutchet House in La Plata, Argentina.) Le Corbusier and the Chilean architect Guillermo Jullian de la Fuente designed it at Corbusier's Paris studio; the on-site preparation of the construction plans was handled by the office of José Luis Sert, then dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He had formerly worked in Le Corbusier's atelier and had been instrumental in winning him the commission. The center was completed in 1962. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts"
The Chinese Arts Centre is the UK agency for Chinese Arts, Culture and Creativity based in Manchester, England. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chinese Arts Centre"
The City Arts Centre in Dublin, Ireland, is a local community arts organization founded in 1973. ...more on Wikipedia about "City Arts Centre"
The Cresent Arts Centre is an arts centre founded in 1980 and located in a Victorian building in Belfast. The centre hosts classes in the visual and performance arts. It organizes two annual events, a dance festival in June and a literary festival in March/April. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cresent Arts Centre"
* Boetcher Concert Hall, with 2700 seats, was the first in-the-round concert hall in the United states and was opened in 1978. It is the home of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. ...more on Wikipedia about "Denver Center for the Performing Arts"
The Drum is an arts centre in the Newtown area of Aston, in Birmingham, England. ...more on Wikipedia about "Drum Arts Centre"
The Dylan Thomas Centre is an arts centre located in Swansea, Wales. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dylan Thomas Centre"
The EPCOR Centre for the Performing Arts is an arts venue in downtown Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It was officially opened on 14 September 1985 by the then Premier of Alberta Peter Lougheed. After a donation by Edmonton, Alberta-based EPCOR, the name was changed from "The Calgary Centre for the Performing Arts" on 1 May 2001. ...more on Wikipedia about "EPCOR Centre for the Performing Arts"
The Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay is a waterside building alongside Marina Bay near the mouth of the Singapore River, purpose-built to be the centre for performing arts for the island nation of Singapore. It contains a 1600 seat concert hall and a 2000 seat theatre for the performing arts. The Library@esplanade is located on the third floor of the building. There are outdoor performing centres and retail amd food space. There is an outdoor open space on the fourth floor of the building. ...more on Wikipedia about "Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay"
Fort Mason in San Francisco, California is a former U.S. Army base located at the northern Marina District, alongside San Francisco Bay. Aquatic Park is adjacent to the east and the Marina Green is adjacent to the west. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fort Mason"
The Grand Théâtre de Québec is an arts complex in Quebec City, Canada. It was conceived to commemorate the Canadian Centennial of 1967 and the Quebec Conference, 1864, one of the key meetings leading to the Canadian Confederation of 1867. Designed by Polish-Canadian architect Victor Prus, construction began in 1966 under Premier Jean Lesage but was stopped by the Union Nationale government of Daniel Johnson. Construction resumed in late 1967 but the theatre was not officially opened until January 16, 1971. The theatre has two venues, Salle Louis Fréchette (1875 seats) for the large hall, and Salle Octave Crémazie (506 seats) for the small hall. The Conservatoire de musique de Québec forms part of the theatre complex. ...more on Wikipedia about "Grand Théâtre de Québec"
The Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre (香港視覺藝術中心) is located in Hong Kong Park, at Kennedy Road in Central, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre"
The Hyde Park Art Center is located in the Hyde Park area of Chicago, Illinois, USA. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hyde Park Art Center"
Jazz at Lincoln Center is a new addition to the Lincoln Center performing arts complex, located at 60th Street and Broadway in New York City, slightly south of the main Lincoln Center campus and directly adjacent to Columbus Circle. The complex opened in October 2004. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jazz at Lincoln Center"
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (or Kennedy Center) opened in 1971 as a living memorial to John F. Kennedy. However, the idea for the center dates to 1958, when a National Cultural Center was proposed for Washington, DC. The Center, designed by architect Edward Durrell Stone, is located on the Potomac River and is adjacent to the Watergate Hotel. ...more on Wikipedia about "John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts"
The Kentucky Center (formerly known as the Kentucky Center for the Arts or KCA), located in Louisville, is the largest performing arts center in the state of Kentucky. It also hosts artworks by Alexander Calder, Joan Miro, John Chamberlain, Jean Dubuffet and others. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kentucky Center"
Kunsthalle is, generally, a German term for an arts center with no permanent collection. Some German museums with a permanent collection, however, are named Kunsthalle as well. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kunsthalle"
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is a 15 acre (61,000 m²) complex of buildings in New York City which serves as home for 12 arts companies. It was built during Robert Moses's program of urban renewal in the 1960s. It was the first gathering of major cultural institutions into a centralized location in a United States city, and is located between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues and between West 62nd and 66th Streets on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Lincoln Center cultural institutions also make use of facilities located away from the main campus. In 2004 Lincoln Center was expanded through the addition of Jazz at Lincoln Center's newly built facilities ( Frederick P. Rose Hall) at the new Time Warner Center, located a few blocks to the south. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lincoln Center"
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