Campus Venues for Art & Enrichment Events

The sun is shining on the Performing Arts Center of Winona State University.

DuFresne Performing Arts Center (PAC)

The DuFresne Performing Arts Center (PAC) is home to the Music, Theatre & Dance, and Communication departments. It is home to the Vivian Fusillo Theatre, the Dorothy B. Magnus Black Box Theatre and the Recital Hall.
Somsen Hall sits in the sun, the country and state flags blowing in the breeze before it.

Somsen Hall

Somsen Hall is the University's main administrative building.
The centerpiece is the 900-seat Harriet Johnson Auditorium which is used as a classroom and as the primary venue for numerous cultural events such as the Lyceum Series, the annual Winona Symphony Orchestra Children's Concert, and the Frozen River Film Festival.
The science complex’s glass wall gleams in the sun, reflecting the nearby trees.

Stark Hall, Science Laboratory Center (SLC), Pasteur Hall

The science building complex consists of Stark Hall, the Science Laboratory Center (SLC), and Pasteur Hall.  The complex houses an 188-seat auditorium and the 176-seat Miller Auditorium, which are used as venues for various campus speaker series.  The beautiful central Atrium serves as the ‘hub’ for the annual Frozen River Film Festival.
The Krueger Library’s façade casts intriguing shadows in the afternoon sun.

Darrell W. Krueger Library

The  Darrell W. Krueger Library is a resource for the greater southeastern Minnesota and WSU communities.  It not only serves the University through its many resources, but also serves as a U.S. Government Depository. It’s the home of the Athenaeum lecture series.
The front of Kryzsko Commons welcomes students and visitors to Winona State

Kryzsko Commons

Kryzsko Commons is the university's Student Union. Performance and lecture venues include the Art Tye Lounge/Student Activities Center (SAC), Baldwin Lounge, Zane's Stage and East Hall/Solarium.
Watkins Hall sits nestled in the trees, shrubs and flowers surrounding.

Watkins Hall

Watkins Hall houses the Art and Computer Science departments. The 1st floor Paul Watkins Art Gallery primarily showcases local, regional and national artists in a variety of media.
The Weber Gallery on the second floor is primarily a student-focused exhibit space.