Griffith's Arts Center (1967, renovated 2010) offers modern studios, classrooms and performance spaces for the art and art history, music, and performance and communication arts departments. Its centerpiece is the 128-seat Peterson-Kermani Performance Hall (2010).
The Richard F. Brush Art Gallery and an art storage and preparation area serve the University’s 7,000-piece art collection. The Arts Annex, across the street from Griffiths, contains student housing and office space.
The attached Noble Center (1962; renovated in 2007) is home to the W. Lawrence and Winifred Frazee Gulick Theatre, art studios and the Newell Center for Arts Technology, (NCAT).