Black Box Theatre
The Black Box is home to offices for faculty in the Department of Media and Theater Arts and Montana Shakespeare in the Parks. It also contains complete scene and paint shops as well as a costume department.
The nearly $3 million Black Box Theater was completed in the spring of 2008. Adding 12,700 square feet, the theater’s cube shape will allow flexible seating. It can be arranged in both traditional theater seating and theater-in-the-round seating. It is located on the south side of the Visual Communications Building and is for a variety of campus events.
Create Like You Give a Damn - President's Signature Event
Saturday, March 22, 2014 at 7:00 pm
An evening of dynamic speakers and compelling conversation featuring Cameron Sinclair, co-founder of Architects for Humanity, Kelly Matheson, attorney, filmmaker and human rights advocate, Edgar Arceneaux, a contemporary artist who is the co-founder of the Watts House Project, a non-profit neighborhood redevelopment organization in Watts, CA. and MSU President Waded Cruzado. Create Like You Give A Damn part the 2014 President's Fine Art Series: Art Matters a series of artistic and cultural events to celebrate the transformational power of the arts.