The academically prestigious Brooks School has demonstrated its dedication to the arts with the construction of the new Center for the Arts. The building is centrally located in the heart of campus and consists of three interconnected structures: one each for performance, music and visual arts. A 387-seat performance theater, designed to fit the entire student body, connects to a 1,200 sq. ft. black box theater, which serves as flexible teaching space and an additional performance venue. The music portion of the building includes rehearsal and ensemble spaces, a choir room and four practice rooms, as well as a recording studio. The visual arts section features ample studio space for ceramics, 2D/3D art and photography with a darkroom and digital media lab. The studios boast floor-to-ceiling-windows for natural light and campus views with an opening to an exterior Arts Terrace and the new campus quad.
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