Logan Center for the Arts
The University of Chicago's new Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts is designed to inspire creativity and collaboration across the artistic spectrum. With 180,000 square feet of classroom, practice, performance, and exhibition space, it will be a state-of-the-art home for teaching, a vibrant hub for student life, and an outstanding public venue for resident and visiting artists.
In an innovative design by architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, the Logan Center weaves together four premier performance venues, an exhibition gallery, a film screening hall, 14 arts classrooms, and over 90 individual rehearsal rooms, arts studios, and digital media labs. There's truly no place like it.
A landmark addition to the UChicago campus, the Logan Center for the Arts will open for classes and preview events in spring 2012, with a Grand Opening celebration in October 2012. Opportunities to support the arts and name exceptional spaces throughout the building are available at a variety of levels. A gift of any size makes a difference.
Standing Ovations Start Here
Each of the 474 seats in the Logan Center Performance Hall can be named in recognition of a $2,500 gift to our Student Performance Fund. Make your gift today and help us build a $1 million endowment that will support University of Chicago students' creativity for years to come. Naming a seat is a great way to honor someone special—a beloved professor, a parent or child, a favorite playwright or composer.
Make a gift now to reserve your seat, and we'll contact you personally to select your specific seat and provide your inscription text. Thank you for supporting the arts at UChicago.