Sweeney Concert Hall

Sweeney Concert Hall is one of the most sought-after performance spaces on campus. The comfortable, spacious hall seats more than 600, and offers excellent acoustics are suitable for both vocal and instrumental performances. It is located in Sage Hall on Green Street.

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Earle Recital Hall

Earle Recital Hall, located on the first floor of Sage Hall, is ideally suited for smaller recitals and lectures. The hall seats up to 120 and has audio and video playback systems suitable for lecture or performance.

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The Smith College Museum of Art

The Smith College Museum of Arts is located in the recently renovated Brown Fine Arts Center. This soaring atrium features views of both Smith College Museum of Art galleries and of the Hillyer Art Library.

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Helen Hills Hills Chapel

Though built in traditional New England style, Helen Hills Hills Chapel is a modern building (1955) which houses the offices for Smith's Religious Life administrators. The sanctuary hosts a wide variety of concerts and ceremonies.

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Neilson Library Browsing Room

The Browsing Room is located on the first floor of Smith College's Neilson Library. The Library is in the center of campus with parking available on Green and Elm Streets.

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Seelye Hall

Named for Smith College's first president, Seelye Hall stands at the center of campus.

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Hallie Flanagan Studio Theatre

The Hallie Flanagan Studio Theatre is a versatile performance space located within the Mendenhall Center for the Performing Arts at Smith College.

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