Griffiths 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).