Museums and Facilities
- Al Cyrus Pavilion Theater
- Lord Hall
- Collins Center for the Arts
- Minksy Recital Hall
- Hauck Auditorium
- Department of Art
- Innovative Media, Research and Commercialization Center (IMRC Center)
Hauck Auditorium – A 546-seat proscenium arch theatre. Main stage shows are produced in Hauck, as is the dance show. It is also used as a rental space for lectures and performances of music, theatre, and dance.
Al Cyrus Pavilion Theatre – An 89-seat 3/4 round theatre. The Pavilion is on the National Registry of Historic Buildings and was renovated from a livestock judging space. Some departmental shows are produced in the Pavilion, but it is mainly used for thesis and other student productions, including the popular Underdog and Upperdog performances.
Innovative Media, Research and Commercialization Center (IMRC Center) – a 15,000+ square foot facility at Stewart Commons. The IMRC provides comfortable, state of the art audio and video production spaces, performance and installation spaces, prototyping facilities, and classrooms. The IMRC is outfitted with a variety of tools and equipment, including a full shop, 3D printers and 3D scanner, computer controlled machine tools, a cutting and engraving laser, large format printers, video and still cameras, audio recording studio, and a variety of tools for supporting interactive environments and installations. Spaces and equipment may be rented by businesses and community members, community memberships are also available for access to shops and facilities.