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Center for the Arts, George Mason University, ca. 1993

George Mason University Center for the Arts, ca. 1993. The final structure of the three-phase Humanities complex, the Center for the Arts serves as George Mason's premiere performing arts venue. The Center's Concert Hall was designed by theatrical and acoustical consultant George Izenour and seats two thousand, though its space can be reduced to seat eight hundred when a smaller setting is desired. The Center for the Arts celebrated its grand opening on October 6, 1990. 35mm slide. 35mm slide; color.

Creator : George Mason University

Date : 1993

Source :

George Mason University photograph collection Box 39, Folder 8

Rights : Copyright George Mason University

Citation: George Mason University, “Center for the Arts, George Mason University, ca. 1993 ,” A History of George Mason University, accessed November 20, 2017, http://ahistoryofmason.gmu.edu/items/show/227.