Dedicated in 1991 as the home of the music, theatre, and art programs, the Center for the Arts (CFA) is a work of art itself. The building, outdoor sculpture, plaza and landscape are a fusion of architecture and art, with a sculpture by Mary Miss at its center.

The CFA facilities include the Wachovia Theatre, five soundproof rehearsal rooms, Roop Hall, art studios, the Freedman Gallery, and printmaking and darkroom facilities.

Roop Hall is an acoustically correct recital hall large enough to seat a small orchestra.

The Freedman Gallery is ranked in the top 10 college art galleries in the country and nationally recognized for contemporary art. The gallery sponsors six professional shows a year, including a year-end show of student work.

The Wachovia Theatre is an intimate 270-seat performance space and is home to Albright's award-winning Domino Players Theatre Company.

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