Plan Your Visit
In the heart of Seattle, the UW Campus hosts a variety of arts events, lectures, performances, and exhibitions at a selection of locations across campus. When you’re planning your visit, we also encourage you to take advantage of the delectable array of dining options to create the ultimate experience. Come, explore the unfamiliar!
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Henry Art Gallery is a museum of contemporary art and ideas where risk-taking and openness to uncertain outcome are valued for their ability to foster inquiry, dialogue, and debate. The Henry is known for being first in the field to champion artists who go on to global acclaim and for premiering...Read more >
The Burke Museum creates a better understanding of the world and our place in it. The museum is responsible for Washington State collections of natural and cultural heritage and sharing the knowledge that makes them meaningful. The Burke welcomes a broad and diverse audience and provides a...Read more >
Originally a storehouse and remodeled into a theater in 1930, the Floyd and Delores Jones Playhouse (originally called the Seattle Repertory Playhouse), was the very first state-sponsored theater in the nation and was home to WPA projects and the Negro Federal Theater Projects. It has a...Read more >
The Jacob Lawrence Gallery, also known as The Jake, is an exhibition space and laboratory for learning that seeks to deepen the educational experience of students of the University of Washington School of Art. In respect to its illustrious history, the Jacob Lawrence Gallery additionally seeks...Read more >
On the Historic Register, the Penthouse was the first Theater in the Round (arena) built in the United States. This 160 seat theater was completely renovated in 1991 when it was moved from its original south campus location. It also houses a rehearsal hall, faculty offices, and prop storage...Read more >
Sand Point Gallery is an exhibition space for activities that contribute to the vitality of the School of Art by providing a venue for exhibitions, installations, performances, forums, lectures, and media presentations that are curated, organized, and presented by the faculty, graduate...Read more >
The Cabaret Theater is located at the School of Drama in historic Hutchinson Hall on the UW campus. This flexible space is home to all of the productions for the Undergraduate Theatre Society and is also used as a black box and classroom theater for projects throughout the year.Read more >
Studio 267, located in Meany Hall for the Performing Arts, is located on the southwest corner of the UW’s Central Plaza (“Red Square”).
Studio 267 is one of the Dance Program's studios. For Dance Student Association performances and as a showcase for other student work, the studio is...Read more >
Odegaard Library hours may be found here: http://www.lib.washington.edu/about/hours/ougl/odegaard. Read more >