Eugene C. Eppley Fine Arts Building
The Eugene C. Eppley Fine Arts Building, built in 1966, is considered one of the finest music and arts facilities in the region. This building also contains Eppley Auditorium, which can seat 1,300 people and is home to the Sanford Memorial Organ used for recitals and teaching.
This building also contains the Eppley Art Gallery, located in the foyer of the building, that regularly features exhibitions by guest artists, students, and faculty. Recently remodeled in 2013, the Eugene C. Eppley Fine Arts Building offers a sleek and modern look.
Klinger-Neal Theatre offers a 300-seat auditorium perfect for theatre performances, as well as speaker series’ and other performing arts. Built in 1964, Klinger-Neal is nestled on the edge of campus across from Charles City College Hall and next to Lewis Hall. Its variable performance stage allows for proscenium, thrust, and arena staging.
Helen Levitt Art Gallery
Constructed in 1998, the Helen Levitt Art Gallery adjoins Eppley Auditorium and is home to the Levitt art collection that includes work by internationally famous artists. This million dollar collection includes works by Tamayo, Rauschenberg, Johns, Frankenthaler, Nevelson, Motherwell, Miro, and Hockney. This gallery also becomes home to different events, including Morningside’s publication party for the Kiosk.