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Virtual Tour

Alachua by John Henry
Anderson Memorial Organ at University Auditorium
Art in State Buildings Collection
Century Tower
Fine Arts Building D
Focus Gallery
Art outside
McGuire Ampitheatre
Inside McGuire
McGuire Theatre and Dance Pavilion Administrative Offices
McGuire Theatre and Dance Pavilion Lobby Before Performance
Nadine N. Mcguire Theatre and Dance Pavilion
Rehearsal in University Auditorium
Steinbrenner Band Hall
Carillon Bells
University Auditorium
University Auditorium from above
Inside the University Auditorium
University Auditorium
University Galleries courtyard


  • University Auditorium, opened in 1924, includes a concert stage, seating for 867
  • Constans Theatre, opened in 1967, houses a 420-seat proscenium theatre, and State Two, a black box theatre with approximately 40 seats
  • Music Building, dedicated in 1971
  • Nadine McGuire Theatre and Dance Pavilion, including Constans Theatre, dedicated in 2004: 480 seats, Black Box Theatre: 200 seats
  • Steinbrenner Band Hall, dedicated in 2008


  • Architecture and Fine Arts Libraries: 90,000 books, tapes and drawings, 650 periodicals
  • Music Library: 19,000 books, 7,200 scores, 9,500 recordings, 208 periodicals
  • Belknap Collection for the performing Arts: 150 theatre and dance periodicals, 2,700 books, 1,000 musical scores, and more than 4,200 photographs, slides, posters, and playbills
  • School of Theatre and Dance Script Library: 3,000 volumes
  • Visual Arts Resources Center: More than 200,000 slides and 20,000 study prints and photographs of art and architectural subjects
  • Galleries: University Gallery, Focus Gallery, and Grinter Gallery
  • Carillon: World-class 61-bell carillon in the Century Tower
  • Anderson Pipe Organ, housed in the University Auditorium: 70 stops, 99 ranks, 5,356 pipes
  • $2 M Endowed Harn Eminent Scholar Chair in Art History

University Galleries

  • University Gallery’s six exhibitions per year bring current ideas in contemporary art to students and community.
  • Focus Gallery is an 850 square foot space in the main lobby of Fine Arts Building C that presents curated exhibitions of student and invited artists' work.
  • Grinter Gallery of International Art, on the first floor of Grinter Hall, is the venue for exhibitions of art created by international students and area artists, as well as a location for traveling exhibits of internationally based art.

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