Venues

Emory is home to twelve arts venues spread throughout its Atlanta campus. Each venue has a unique history and is host to a variety of events throughout the year.

Burlington Road Building

The Burlington Road Buidling is a former church building that has been converted into office space and practice rooms for the music department and a small black box theater space.

Cannon Chapel

Cannon Chapel is located on Emory's main academic quadrangle and often hosts choral performances and lectures by visiting artists.

Glenn Auditorium

Built in 1931, Glenn Auditorium is used jointly by Emory as an auditorium and by Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church as a sanctuary.

Mary Gray Munroe Theater

Located in the Dobbs University Center, the Mary Gray Munroe Theater is Theater Emory's production home.

Michael C. Carlos Museum

The Michael C. Carlos Museum is one of the Southeast's premier art museums with major collections of art objects from ancient Egypt, Nubia, Near East, Greece, Rome, ancient Americas, Africa, and Asia, as well as a collection of works on paper from the Renaissance to the present.

Miller-Ward Alumni House

With reasonable, competitive rates, the Miller-Ward Alumni House is the ideal destination for hosting a variety of events┬┐from a business meeting or conference to a wedding or elegant party.

Oxford Road Building

The Oxford Road Building is one of the newest buildings on campus and houses a presentation room for film screenings and lectures, a Barnes and Noble Bookstore, and a Starbucks.

Performing Arts Studio

The Performing Arts Studio is a former church sactuary that has been converted into a performance space used by the music department for student recitals and performances.

Robert W. Woodruff Library

The Robert W. Woodruff Library is home to the Schatten Gallery and the Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (MARBL).

Schwartz Center for Performing Arts

The Schwartz Center for Performing Arts is Emory's primary arts facility. It houses an 800-seat concert hall, dance studio and theater lab.

Visual Arts Building and Gallery

Renovated in 2004, the Visual Arts Building and Gallery is a 1,100 square foot versatile space that exhibits five to seven contemporary art shows each year.

White Hall

Goodrich C. White Hall is an academic building with many large lecture halls often used for film screenings and student group performances