BGSU Historic Campus Tour
Wolfe Center for the Arts
Located on the site of the former Saddlemire Student Services Building, the Wolfe Center for the Arts is located between the Fine Arts Building and the Moore Musical Arts Center. Named for Mary and Frederic Wolfe, the building is approximately 225,000 square feet and integrates with the University's Master Plan, providing a space for collaborative work and study among all the fine and performing arts.
Listed below are features of the building:
In January 2009, Craig Dykers, a principal and founding member of Snøhetta, gave a presentation to students in Jon Stevens’ architecture class and gave a talk about the philosophy underlying the award-winning company’s work. This architectural firm designed the University’s new Wolfe Center for the Arts. The center is the first project Snøhetta completed in the United States.