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Richmond Center for the Visual Arts (116)

James and Lois Richmond Center for the Visual Arts

Current Use:
Visual Arts Gallery
The Richmond Center houses large art galleries, an outdoor sculpture garden, computer labs, and classrooms. It is located in the southern side of the Main Campus, and is connected through pedestrian bridges to the miller parking structure, Kohrman Hall, and the Dalton Center.

Facility Information

Bronco Fix-It request for:

Directions:
From Stadium Dr, take Howard St. N, and take an immediate right on S. Van de Giessen Rd, turn left on Western Ave. and right into parking structure.
Latitude/Longitude:
N42.279990,W85.61668
*Parking:
Visitor - Parking Lot 33 or 35
Student - Parking Lot 34, 35
Employee - Parking Lot 33 or 37
(signage may change as necessary without notice)
Building  Coordinator:
Indra Lacis
indra.lacis@wmich.edu
387-2455

Space Usage and Historical Information

Richmond Center for the Visual Arts was built in 2008. It has approximately 52,517 square foot.
Current Use:
Visual Arts Gallery
Dedication:
James and Lois Richmond