The Dr. Bobbie Bailey & Family Performance Center (above) and Howard Logan Stillwell Theater (below) are just two examples of facilities that have been named by donors in recognition of significant gifts.

At the KSU College of the Arts, a name can mean eternal honor. By taking advantage of a naming opportunity, donors can create a legacy in honor of a loved one.

Fred E. Stillwell did just that when he named the college’s theater in honor of his late father, Howard Logan Stillwell. Dr. Bobbie Bailey honored her family when she named the new Performance Center. Gwendolyn Halstead Brooker celebrated her late husband, Eric Brooker, when she named the Rehearsal Hall.

Follow their lead and let your, or a loved one’s, name become part of the college’s vernacular. Donors may also wish to name a scholarship. Please contact Cheryl Brown at 770-499-3129 or for more details.

Current naming opportunities include:

The College of the Arts
School of Music
Department of Theatre & Performance Studies
Department of Visual Arts

Program in Dance
Performance Hall
Visual Arts Building
Galleries in the Art Museum
Sculpture Gardens
Visual Arts Studios
Music Studios
Dance Studios

Practice Rooms

and more

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