University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

Arts Center Lecture Hall

The Art Building is part of the Arts Center, which was constructed in two phases. The Music Building was built in 1962. An addition, built in 1968, includes the Theatre, Lecture Hall, and Art Building.

The Art Building contains over 40,000 square feet for art education, ceramics, sculpture, metals, fibers, graphic design, print making, digital studio practice, jewelry, painting and drawing. It also houses administrative offices for the School of the Arts.

Built in 1968, the 350-seat Lecture Hall, formerly used for general assignment classes, is being renovated to become a sophisticated, mediated lecture, film screening, and live performance space to serve the curricular and public outreach programs of the Peck School of the Arts. The facility is located on the eastern edge of the Arts complex near Mitchell Hall.