Calvin and Janet High Center for Worship and Performing Arts exterior.

Calvin and Janet High Center for Worship and Performing Arts

The Calvin and Janet High Center for Worship and Performing Arts offers magnificent spaces for music and worship. The 790-seat Parmer Hall serves as the primary performance space and contains a refurbished and enhanced 1950s-era Reuter pipe organ as well as a choir loft that seats more than 100 additional guests, while the 150-seat High Foundation Recital Hall offers a more intimate space for chamber ensembles and solo performances. There are recording capabilities in all halls and rehearsal spaces as well as an up-to-date recording studio with ProTools HDX equipment and a complete keyboard and iMac computer lab. The main foyer features a stunning permanent art installation by Professor Emeritus of Art Ted Prescott.

A sculpture outside of Climenhaga Building.

Climenhaga Building

The Climenhaga Building offers striking, well-lit drawing and painting studios, a printmaking studio with intaglio and lithography presses, and a darkroom for photography. Climenhaga Building also houses the M. Louise Aughinbaugh Gallery, which exhibits the work of internationally recognized artists as well as faculty and students. The 400-seat Miller Theatre, Poorman Black Box Theatre, a soon-to-be completed dance studio and ample practice room space enhance your studies and performances.

Frey Hall exterior.

Frey Hall

Frey Hall (1992) houses approximately half of the art spaces: a sculpture studio equipped for wood and stone carving, wood construction, welding, and mixed media work; a ceramics studio with 20 throwing wheels and electric and gas-fired kilns; a textiles studio equipped for dyeing, printing, sewing, weaving, and mixed processes; a graphics computer lab and drafting lab outfitted with MAC and PC stations, scanners, and color printers; and specially equipped art history classrooms and a slide library.