Lewis Arts complex

Seminar Room 3rd Floor

This multimedia seminar room (W331) in the Wallace Dance Building serves both the Dance and Theater programs for classes, lectures, workshops, meetings, and more. It’s fully equipped for audio and video playback.

A 360 degree look inside the 3rd Floor Seminar Room.

Where is the 3rd Floor Seminar Room?

Map of the level 3 of the Lewis Center for the Arts

Map of the Level 3 (click to enlarge)

From the Forum, take the “dancing” staircase or elevator to the 3rd floor of the Wallace Dance Building. When exiting the elevator or stairs, turn right and the door to the seminar room is located in front of you. The room is also accessible via a second entry door that is located down the hallway to the right of the seminar room. That door is on the left when coming from the elevator.

From the Arts Tower, use the elevator or staircase to travel to the second floor. Use the gently sloping, long ramp that connects the Tower to the second floor of the Wallace Dance Building. Once on the landing, you’ll see Ellie’s Dance Studio on the right and the Drapkin and Godfrey Kerr Theater Studios down the hallway in front of you. Go down the hallway and turn left, traveling down another gently sloping ramp, to access the main second floor landing and lounge area of the Wallace Dance Building. From there take either the Wallace elevator or the staircase up to the third floor. Exit the elevator or stairs on floor 3, turn to the right, and the seminar room is located straight ahead beyond a lounge area, bookcase, and community table.


One way to access the third-floor seminar room W331 is from the Forum level entrance on Theater Drive across from the train station where the entrance is ramp accessible. Another good option is to enter the building from the Arts Plaza by the reflecting pool. From either entry, take the Wallace Elevator up to level 3, exit the elevator to the right, and the seminar room entrance is located in front of you.

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