The Wallace Anderson Gallery and Art and Art History Department displays exhibits in many BSU buildings, particularly the Art Center and the Maxwell Library but also the Mohler-Faria Science and Mathematics Center, the Moakley Center, and the Wellness Center in Weygand Hall.
Through the Department of Dance, our bustling dance community produces three productions each year, including a residency performance with professional artists at the cutting edge of the art and two student-based concerts featuring advanced choreographers and dancers.
BSU's music program offers several vocal and instrumental performances throughout the year by department curricular and extra-curricular ensembles and bands. Performances take place across campus including in Boyden Hall's Horace Mann Auditorium and the Rondileau Student Union Auditorium as well as off campus. The Department of Music also hosts Middle and High School Band Festivals and a Jazz Festival.
The BSU Department of Theatre presents four mainstage productions annually in the 1,300-seat Rondileau Student Union Auditorium. The productions usually include two plays, a musical, and an experimental work. Any interested student is invited to audition for productions.
The Ensemble Theatre sponsors and produces student-directed studio productions, workshops, and social and educational activities. It is open to all students interested in theatre.
Founded by theatre department faculty, BSU's Family and Performing Arts Center brings high-quality, family-centered arts programming to campus. Productions have included The Wizard of Oz, Disney's The Little Mermaid, Shrek the Musical, Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Once Upon a Mattress, Mary Poppins and Seussical the Musical.