Cornish Campus

Cornish Campus

Cornish College of the Arts' campus is located in the three vibrant Seattle neighborhoods: South Lake Union/Denny Regrade, Capitol Hill, and Seattle Center/Queen Anne. The newest addition to campus is the residence hall, which will become the Cornish Commons starting in September 2015, housing students from Cornish and nearby City University of Seattle as well as providing new offices and classroom space.

The Cornish campus locations are surrounded by dozens of theaters, museums, music venues, and galleries; iconic Seattle landmarks like the Space Needle; the national headquarters for some of the country's fast-expanding tech corporations; and, of course, many coffeehouses.


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Main Campus Center

1000 Lenora Street, Seattle, WA
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As its name implies, the Main Campus Center (MCC) is the centerpiece for a group of eight buildings in the neighborhood that now make up the Cornish Main Campus. It houses the College's administrative offices, the Admission Office, and the offices of the Theater, Performance Production, and Art, Design, and Film + Media. Also in the MCC are the Cornish Main Gallery, the Alumni Gallery, Nellie's Cafe, and several floors of studios.

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Cornish Playhouse

201 Mercer Street, Seattle, WA
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The Cornish Playhouse is operated by Cornish College of the Arts as its most high-profile venue, presenting to the public a full range of professional and student performing arts productions. In its 440-seat main auditorium, its Studio theater and its generous forecourt and lobby, Cornish and its professional partners offer rich experiences not only in theater but also in dance, music and the visual arts.

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