Performances and exhibitions are presented in the following Virginia Tech facilities:

 

Armory Gallery

Armory Gallery
203 Draper Road, 540-231-5547
Operated as an educational and outreach service of the School of Visual Arts, the gallery exhibits work by students, faculty, and artists of regional and national importance.

 

Burruss Hall Auditorium

Burruss Hall Auditorium
Burruss Hall, 800 Drillfield Drive
Burruss Hall Auditorium seats 3,000 and is used for both classes and performances. The Division of Student Affairs programs this space.

 

Cowgill Hall lobby

Cowgill Hall lobby
Cowgill Hall, 1325 Perry St., 540-231-6416
During the academic year, exhibits showcase design work from students in the School of Architecture + Design in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies.

 

Haymarket Theatre

Haymarket Theatre
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 Amphitheatre
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.

 

Henderson Lawn

Henderson Lawn
Henderson Hall, 195 Alumni Mall
Henderson Lawn is bordered by Alumni Mall, Main Street, and College Avenue. The lawn is used for many performances and events throughout the year. Henderson Lawn is programmed by the Virginia Tech Event Planning Office.

 

Holtzman Alumni Center Gallery

Holtzman Alumni Center Gallery
Holtzman Alumni Center, 901 Prices Fork Road, 540-231-6285
The center showcases alumni and local artists throughout the year. This gallery is programmed by the Virginia Tech Alumni Association.

 

Norris Hall Art Gallery

Norris Hall Art Gallery
Norris Hall, 495 Old Turner St., 540-231-2345
The Department of Engineering, Science, and Mechanics and the Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention jointly host a series of art exhibits throughout the year.

 

Moss Arts Center

Moss Arts Center
190 Alumni Mall, 540-231-5300

The Moss Arts Center presents world-class performances and exhibitions in its spaces, which include:

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.

 

Perspective Gallery

Perspective Gallery
Squires Student Center, 290 College Ave., 540-231-4053
The gallery on the second floor of the student center hosts rotating exhibits programmed by the Division of Student Affairs.

 

Recital Salon

Recital Salon
Squires Student Center, 290 College Ave.
The Recital Salon seats 240 and is acoustically designed with good sight lines and is home to many music performances. The salon is programmed by the School of Performing Arts.

 

Studio Theatre

Studio Theatre
Squires Student Center, 290 College Ave.
The Studio Theatre is a three-quarter thrust/modified proscenium space designed by theatre faculty member Randy Ward. The 222-seat theatre is programmed by the School of Performing Arts.

 

Theatre 101

Theatre 101
200 College Ave., 540-231-5200
Opened in fall of 2009, Theatre 101 is a 42-by-42-foot experimental black box space with a lighting grid at 18 feet, 6 inches above a finished floor. The School of Performing Arts programs this theatre.

 

Wallace Hall Gallery

Wallace Hall Gallery
295 West Campus Drive (Visit 240 Wallace Hall for admission.)
Wallace Gallery is in the atrium of the first floor of Wallace Hall and is managed by the Department of Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management. The space is approximately 14 feet by 35 feet. 

Proposals being accepted for WMALS lecture series

Proposals  are now being accepted for the Women and Minority Artist and Scholars Lecture Series (WMASLS) for 2017-2018. The deadline for applications is September 22, 2017. Find more information here.