The Art Building, part of the Louise D. McMahon Fine Arts Complex, houses a vast array of cultural beliefs and values that are displayed by the artist’s individual artwork. The Art Building is also equipped with several computers and a multitude of art supplies, and features a gallery where student artwork and traveling exhibits are displayed.
The Music Building, built in 1978, is part of the Louise D. McMahon Fine Arts Complex. The building serves as home to a fine group of vocalists, instrumentalists, and other music majors. Throughout the hours of the day, one can be sure to hear the sweet sounds of music echoing through the corridors, as musicians of all types try to stake their claim in the music field.
The Cameron University Theatre, built in 1978, is part of the Louise D. McMahon Fine Arts Complex. The building seats more than 400 people and is equipped with a multi-purpose hydraulic lift that can be used for an additional seating section, as well as a variable-depth orchestra pit or an extended stage apron. Well-equipped scene and costume shops are located adjacent to the stage. The building also houses the Studio Theatre, an intimate venue for small productions. In addition to being the site for productions staged by the Theatre Arts program, the University Theatre is also the location for campus and community events throughout the year, including concerts, lectures and meetings.