The Living Arts Centre is a 225,000 square foot (21,000 m²) multi-use facility which opened in Mississauga, Ontario in 1997. The Centre is visited by over 300,000 visitors annually, who come to view performing and visual arts programs, attend corporate meetings/conventions, or participate in a variety of community events. The Living Arts Centre houses performance theatres, an exhibition gallery, eight professional art studios and corporate meeting facilities. ...more on Wikipedia about "Living Arts Centre"
The Lowry Centre or The Lowry is a combined theatre and gallery complex dedicated to L.S. Lowry situated in Salford Quays, Manchester, England. Inside are two theatres, the Lyric and the Quays, coloured purple and orange respectively, which host a wide range of touring plays, comedians and musicians; the Lowry also hosts the Opera North series of operas. It is said that the Lyric theatre has the largest stage in the UK outside London's West End. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lowry Centre"
The mac (formerly Midlands Arts Centre) is a non-profit arts centre situated in Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, England, at . It was established in 1962 and is registered as an educational charity. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mac (Birmingham)"
The National Arts Centre of Canada (NAC) (in French: Le Centre national des arts (CNA)) is a federal government centre in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada that is a venue for music, theatre, dance and other arts. It is located between Elgin Street and the Rideau Canal only blocks from Parliament Hill. ...more on Wikipedia about "National Arts Centre"
The Old Parliament House ( Chinese: 前国会大厦), also known as the Arts House at the Old Parliament, is a building in Singapore gazetted as a national monument on 14 February 1992. First completed in 1827, the building went from being a private mansion to one used for governmental institutions, before becoming a multidisciplinary arts centre, and remains the oldest governmental building to remain in existance in the country. ...more on Wikipedia about "Old Parliament House, Singapore"
An opera house is a building where operas are performed. The venues are usually constructed specifically with opera in mind, although other performing arts may be performed there. ...more on Wikipedia about "Opera houses"
The Paramount Arts Center is a historic theater located in Ashland, Kentucky. As a Kentucky landmark on the Historic Register, it is an important part of theater in Kentucky. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paramount Arts Center"
The Paul Gauguin Cultural Center ( French: Le Centre Culturel Paul Gauguin) was finished in 2003, to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the death of Paul Gauguin, in Atuona, on Hiva ‘Oa, in the Marquesas Islands ( French Polynesia). ...more on Wikipedia about "Paul Gauguin Cultural Center"
Place des Arts is a cultural complex in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. ...more on Wikipedia about "Place des Arts"
The PNC Bank Arts Center is a modern amphitheatre located in Holmdel, New Jersey, USA. About 17,500 people can occupy the amphitheater. There are 7,000 seats and the grass area can hold about 10,500 people. Concerts are from May through September featuring 35–45 different events of all kinds of musical styles. It is ranked among the top five most successful amphitheatres in the country. ...more on Wikipedia about "PNC Bank Arts Center"
The Project Arts Centre is a venue for cutting-edge visual art and performance located in Dublin's Temple Bar. ...more on Wikipedia about "Project Arts Centre"
The Queens Park Centre is an arts centre and theatre in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom. Based in a former Edwardian primary school and receiving no funding from local government it is the largest independent arts centre in the UK. ...more on Wikipedia about "Queens Park Centre"
Sejong Center for the Performing Arts (or Sejong Center) is the largest arts and cultural complex in Seoul, South Korea. It has an interior area of 53,202m². It is situated in the center of the capital, on Sejong-ro, a main road that cuts through the ancient capital city of the Joseon Dynasty. The center took 4 years to complete, opening its doors in 1978. It was "built as a cultural center for Seoulites". It currently is home to the biggest pipe organ in Asia ...more on Wikipedia about "Sejong Center"
The Seoul Arts Center, literally the Hall of Arts, is a cultural center in the southern area of Seoul, South Korea. ...more on Wikipedia about "Seoul Arts Center" This article is made on shortopedia Arts_centres
The Staller Center for the Arts is the main arts building in Stony Brook University. Originally called the fine arts center, it was renamed after a two million donation by the Staller family, who own commercial real estate on Long Island Located on the main campus, it consists of two main divisions. One section houses the music and art departments, while the other consists of the theatre, media, and dance departments. The Staller Center contains three black-box theatres, a recital hall, the university art gallery and a professional 1000-seat performance stage that features a 40 foot movie screen and is the site of the Stony Brook Film Festival. ...more on Wikipedia about "Staller Center"
The Sydney Opera House is located at in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is one of the most distinctive and famous 20th century buildings, and one of the most famous performing arts venues in the world. Situated on Bennelong Point in Sydney Harbour, with parkland to its south and close to the enormous Sydney Harbour Bridge, the building and its surroundings form an iconic Australian image. To some the spherical-sectioned shells remind them of the flotilla of sailboats commonly cruising there. Tourists - mostly with little or no interest in opera - throng to the building in their thousands every week purely to see it. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sydney Opera House"
The Egg is a performing arts venue in Albany, New York resembling an egg. The building was constructed between 1966 and 1978 and was designed by Wallace Harrison. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Egg (building)"
The Tweeter Center at the Waterfront is an outdoor amphitheater / indoor theater complex located in Camden, New Jersey on the Delaware River waterfront, across from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tweeter Center at the Waterfront"
The Ucheldre Centre is an arts centre located in Holyhead, Anglesey. Formerly, it was the chapel building of Holyhead's Bon Sauveur order of nuns convent. The main hall of the Centre, with its imposing height and arched roof, was designed by Professor R M Butler, of Dublin, a leading architect of his day, responsible for many public buildings in Ireland. The building is in a modernized Romanesque style, with a tall square tower, making great use of green local stone. It was saved from demolition in 1998 by a group of local residents to be used in its current guise. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ucheldre Centre"
The Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall ( Chinese: 维多利亚剧院及音乐会堂) is a complex of two buildings and a clock tower joined together by a common corridor and located in the civic district of Singapore. ...more on Wikipedia about "Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall"
The Woodruff Arts Center is an arts center in the Midtown district of Atlanta, Georgia, USA. It is home to the Alliance Theatre Company, Atlanta Symphony Hall, High Museum of Art, the 14th Street Playhouse, and Atlanta College of Art. ...more on Wikipedia about "Woodruff Arts Center"
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