Cheever Hall includes labs, studios, classrooms, workshops and the Creative Arts Library. Architecture student projects often are displayed in the main floor lobby. Outside the south door of Cheever is another portion of the MSU Arboretum that winds through the campus.
Built in 1974, Cheever Hall is part of the Creative Arts Complex with its name honoring Hurlburt Cheever, a teacher 1921 - 1965, campus architect and head of the School of Architecture, 1945 - 1961.
Handicapped access to all main doors through the elevator between Haynes and Cheever
Upcoming events in Cheever Hall
Lecture “CONTEMPORARY ART IN THE ARAB WORLD” by Nada Shabout followed by reception in HEC Gallery
Thursday, March 30, 2017, from 5:30pm to 6:30pm
DR. SHABOUT WILL BE SPEAKING ON THURSDAY, MARCH 30TH 5:30 -6:30 IN CHEEVER 215. HER LECTURE, “CONTEMPORARY ART IN THE ARAB WORLD” WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A RECEPTION IN THE HECG, WITH A POTLUCK OF FOOD FROM PREDOMINATELY MUSLIM COUNTRIES. View Details
Lecture ““Archiving Cultural Identity and National Memory: Destruction, Loss” by Nada Shabout
Friday, March 31, 2017, from 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Dr. Nada Shabout will be speaking in Cheever 215 on documenting lost Arab art from the Iraqi and Afghani Wars in “Archiving Cultural Identity and National Memory: Destruction, Loss and Rescue of Modern Iraqi Art.” View Details
Opening Reception for the Martha Cooney Exhibition Sponsored by the School of Architecture
Monday, April 3, 2017, from 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Martha U. Cooney-Simonich works as a commissioned artist and calligrapher. Her works are located throughout the United States, Canada, and Ireland, but mostly in her beloved Butte. She owns the Martha U. Cooney Art Gallery and teaching studio in the... View Details