Baton Rouge's Premier Center for the Performing Arts | Museums |Galleries | Concerts | Theatre | Film + Sweeping Views of the Mississippi River, Downtown and Historical Landmarks
The Shaw Center for the Arts is a 125,000 square foot (12,000 m²) performing art venue, fine arts museum, and education center located at 100 Lafayette Street in downtown Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The Shaw Center for the Arts has won several awards for design and architectural excellence.
The Shaw Center for the Arts is home to more than 13 meeting and event spaces, among them the public Lafayette Plaza located outdoors on the first level, which is available for nonexclusive use.
Manship Theatre, 325
Gallery at Manship, 225
Hartley/Vey Studio Theatre, 200
Bert and Sue Turner Gallery, 150
Hartley/Vey Workshop Theatre, 125
LSU School of Art Alfred Glassell Jr. Gallery, 50
Josef Sternberg Conference Room, 30
Alfred C. Glassell Jr. Board Room, 40
The River Terrace at Shaw Center of the Arts, 400
Irene Pennington Rooftop Terrace and Sculpture Garden at Tsunami, 300
Jones-Walker Foyer and Bar
The Shaw Center for the Arts Plaza
The LSU Museum of Art at the Shaw Center for the Arts features:
Other spaces with their capacities are in the LSU Museum of Art, 400
Dining and Entertainment- Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Happy Hour
Capitol City Grill
Stroube's - Seafood | Steaks
Tsunami - Sushi | Sake | Steaks
PJ's Coffee on Lafayette Street
**Please note that businesses located within the building facility have varying hours of operation.
Parking is available in the parking garage at the corner of Third and Convention Streets, along the streets surrounding the building or in nearby surface lots. Surface lots are also available throughout the downtown area.