The Loyola College of Music and Fine Arts has several arts facilities available to members of the New Orleans community.
Lower Depths Theater
The Lower Depths Theater is a flexible black-box theater seating approximately 70-85 individuals. This particular theater is adaptable to a variety of dramatic forms due to its size and versatility.
1st floor Music/Communications Building
Marquette Theater can be found on the second floor of Marquette Hall located off St. Charles Ave. The 150-seat intimate theater, notable for its proscenium arch, plays home to several theatrical productions each year.
2nd floor mezzanine of Marquette Hall.
Recently renovated Nunemaker Auditorium is a popular location for lectures and intimate concerts. Located in Monroe Hall at the intersection of Calhoun Street and Marquette Place, Nunemaker seats 332 people, has wheelchair accessible seating, a tech booth and a spacious lobby lined with windows overlooking tree-lined Calhoun Street.
3rd Floor Monroe Hall
Roussel Hall is a a beautiful venue for a variety of events, including dance recitals, lectures and graduations. Due to its wonderful acoustics, Roussel is especially well-suited to music concerts such as the Loyola School of Music's annual opera production. Located inside the Communications/Music Complex on St. Charles Avenue near Calhoun Street, the hall seats 589 people, has wheelchair accessible seating, a tech booth and a spacious lobby lined with windows overlooking our courtyard.
2nd Floor Music/Communications Complex
Collins C. Diboll Art Gallery
The Collins C. Diboll Art Gallery is located on the 4th floor of the J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library. The mission of the Diboll Art Gallery is to be an exhibit space for student shows and an educational space for the community. Exhibitions include local, national, international, and student shows. Exhibitions are held both monthly and bi-monthly depending upon the particular show. As often as possible, individual artists give lectures and gallery talks about their work.
The Art Gallery is free from admission and open Monday- Saturday 10AM-4PM.
Danna Student Center Art Gallery
The Danna Center Art Gallery is located in the Danna Student Center on Loyola’s main campus. The Art Gallery is a run by the visual arts student organization Untitled.
Student exhibitions make up the majority of the calendar, including both visual arts and design. Faculty, individual artist, and group shows make up the remainder of the schedule. Exhibitions are switched monthly during the Fall and Spring semesters.
Monroe 4th Floor Gallery
The Gallery is located on the 4th floor of Monroe Hall features student work, cureated by students. Exhibitions are held both monthly and bi-monthly depending upon the particular show.
The Art Gallery is free from admission.