The plaza behind the Mahaney Arts Center that features the entrance to the Museum.
The spacious plaza area of the MAC features an entrance to the Museum of Art and is a popular spot for outdoor events.
The Robison Concert Hall in the Mahaney Arts Center.
The Olin C. Robison Concert Hall, named for Middlebury’s 13th president, is an acoustical marvel with a 27-foot by 40-foot elliptical stage and a wraparound balcony. 
The Seeler Studio Theatre in the Mahaney Arts Center.
The Seeler Studio Theatre is a modern black-box theatre with flexible seating for up to 165 audience members, a full catwalk system, and a fully equipped shop adjacent to it.

A rear view of the Arts plaza at night.
The welcoming plaza of the MAC is often used for outdoor performances and celebratory campus events.
The entrance to the Museum of Art from inside the Mahaney Arts Center.
In the spring of 2015 London based street and graffiti artist Ben Eine, during a week-long residency at the Museum of Art, reimagined the museum’s lobby entrance. See a video about the project.
An exterior view of the Mahaney Arts Center in winter.
The MAC is active all year long, hosting performances and activities for students, faculty, staff, and the broader Middlebury community.
The dance theater in the Mahaney Arts Center.
Our state-of-the-art dance theatre and rehearsal studio offer adjacent dressing rooms, a student lounge, an anatomy lab, and offices for our faculty and staff.