The Wolfe Center for the Arts

The new Wolfe Center for the Arts at Bowling Green State University provides a space on campus where the arts can flourish and robust collaborations between them can take root.

The building itself offers an environment conducive to creativity and synergistic partnerships. In addition to being a place for students and faculty to learn and work on theatrical, dance, musical, film and digital arts productions, the center offers the community an exceptional venue in which to see a wide range of performances.

Designed by the international architectural firm Snøhetta, based in Oslo, Norway, construction on the center began in 2009 and was completed in 2011.


Embracing the Arts

Downloadable Images from Wolfe Center Construction

       Wolfe Center Construction

Downloadable Images from Ground Building:

       Ground Building event

Downloadable Renderings:

        Actor's Theater Rendering
        Choral Room Rendering
        Lobby Rendering
        Aerial Rendering
        Entry Rendering

Wolfe Center for the Arts

Excellence in the Arts

Architype Review cites Wolfe Center as notable North American project

Ceremony marks start of Wolfe Center

Creativity unearthed for new BGSU arts center

Wolfe Center architect describes the 'power of place'

Wolfe Center to be space where arts can meet, flourish

Findlay couple boosts BGSU arts center

Wolfes donate $1.5 million to build campus arts center 

Master Development Plan
to transform campus

Discover the Magic of the Collective Arts

Coming to an arts area near you

Gift supports art center

Acting on a dream

Center of Excellence celebrates synergies

Landmark Building isn't 'round anymore

The art of giving

BGSU Magazine 2008 Article