Kalamazoo College Light Fine Arts Building
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Kalamazoo College's Light Fine Arts Building. The Light Fine Arts Building was the first campus building to be constructed outside the confines of the original 43-acre campus quadrangle. It brought together the departments of music, fine art, and theater, which were previously located in separate buildings across campus. In addition to classroom, recital, and studio space, the building includes the Dorothy U. Dalton theater, which seats 400. The "open theater" design was created by James Hull Miller. The Light Fine Arts Building was named in honor of Dr. S. Rudolph Light, Dr. Richard U. Light, and Dr. Rudolph A. Light, and dedicated in 1964. This is Short and Millgard print no. 485 #4.
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