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Center for Terpsichorean Arts

Known on campus as the “Dance Building,” the Center for Terpsichorean Arts was built in 2004. The building encompasses three large dance studios with professional level sprung floors, floor to ceiling mirrors, remote video capability, a study/resource room, a lobby/waiting area, dressing rooms, and offices. The central Fine Arts office resides in this building as well as the Director of Fine Arts’ office.

Center for Terpsichorean Arts

Known on campus as the “Dance Building,” the Center for Terpsichorean Arts was built in 2004. The building encompasses three large dance studios with professional level sprung floors, floor to ceiling mirrors, remote video capability, a study/resource room, a lobby/waiting area, dressing rooms, and offices. The central Fine Arts office resides in this building as well as the Director of Fine Arts’ office.

Coates-Seeligson Theater/Chapel

The Coates-Seeligson Theater/Chapel was built in 1996, and includes a large seating capacity, concession stand, galleries, as well as state of the art equipment. Over the years, this special venue has played in integral role in the lives of our students. Renovated in 2012, this 500-seat proscenium theater hosts the majority of the music, drama, and dance performances at Saint Mary's Hall. Its capacity and adaptability have allowed us to use it as an art gallery, assembly hall, testing facility, and community venue for special events.

Coates-Seeligson Theater/Chapel

The Coates-Seeligson Theater/Chapel was built in 1996, and includes a large seating capacity, concession stand, galleries, as well as state of the art equipment. Over the years, this special venue has played in integral role in the lives of our students. Renovated in 2012, this 500-seat proscenium theater hosts the majority of the music, drama, and dance performances at Saint Mary's Hall. Its capacity and adaptability have allowed us to use it as an art gallery, assembly hall, testing facility, and community venue for special events.

Remmert Theater

In 2009, the Remmert Theater (formerly the Kleberg Family Lecture Hall) was remodeled and converted into a theater with a state-of-the art sound and projection suite, along with the campus’ premiere baby grand piano. The Remmert Theater provides space for drama classes and performances, recitals, lectures, showcases, film screenings, and small gatherings.

Zeller Theater

The Zeller Theater was built in 1996, and is the perfect outdoor venue for school productions, events, and celebrations. The theater houses 300 seats, with additional seating available on the hill behind the stone seating.

Zeller Theater

The Zeller Theater was built in 1996, and is the perfect outdoor venue for school productions, events, and celebrations. The theater houses 300 seats, with additional seating available on the hill behind the stone seating.

Band & Choir Hall

The Band & Choir Hall serves as the main music ensemble classroom with choir risers, band instruments, storage, offices, and recording equipment used to record student performances and auditions.

Private Lessons Studio

There a total of six practice rooms that make up the Private Lessons Studio. Some rooms are equipped with pianos, as well as plenty of open studio space for private lessons in strings, guitar, voice, and wind instruments.

Black Box Theater

The Black Box Theater is a flexible seating space used for most Middle and Upper School Drama/Speech classes, as well as for acting showcases.

Theater Shop

The Theater Shop was converted from a dance building in 2000, and houses set construction for school productions.  The shop also hosts technical theater classes.

Fine Arts Media Lab

The Fine Arts Media Lab was built in 2009, and is utilized by students enrolled in Media Arts courses. Students learn to use software such as Final Cut Pro for editing video and Adobe Creative Suite for Digital Photography on Mac computers. The facility also includes a projection and sound system for viewing digital media.

Marrs & Verna McLean Photography Center

The Marrs & Verna McLean Photography Center is home to a customized wet-darkroom and a spacious art studio complete with state of the art computers. Built in 2000, the wet-darkroom is set up for printing with 35mm to 4x5 inch negatives, and the studio is equipped for alternative photo processes, mixed media, and Mac and PC computers for editing with Adobe Photoshop.

King Ranch Family Trust Visual Arts Studio

The King Ranch Family Trust Visual Arts Studio was built in 1988, and is made up of two studios: the Sculpture and Ceramics art studio and the Drawing and Design studio. Students interested in the Visual Arts have access to a kiln as well as all of the essential supplies used to create artwork.

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