Shaw Center for the Arts

Looking to experience the arts scene during your time in the city? Look no further than the Shaw Center for the Arts, a hub for visual and performing arts in the heart of downtown Baton Rouge!

The Shaw Center for Arts is a contemporary visual and performing arts facility, featuring the Manship Theatre, LSU Museum of Art and LSU School of Art Gallery, as well as dining and retail options.

  • 100 Lafayette Street, Fifth Floor
  • (225) 389-7200

The LSU Museum of Art Facility Rentals - The Art of Event Planning Reserve Your Place in Our Space Planning the perfect event is definitely an art and it all begins with your choice of location. No other venue in the city offers such choices between a panoramic view of downtown…

  • 100 Lafayette Street, 6th Floor
  • (225) 346-5100

The ultimate sushi dining experience located on the Shaw Center for the Arts rooftop in downtown Baton Rouge. Enjoy a full sushi menu as well as a popular grill menu. Tsunami is known for it's unique grilled Sea Bass and Sumo Ribeye. Dine on the outdoor terrace while toasting…

  • 100 Lafayette Street - 1st Floor
  • (225) 389-7210

At the LSU Museum Store, we proudly support local artists from the Baton Rouge community and surrounding areas. We offer a wide variety of works and products highlighting local talent in ceramics, paintings, jewelry, toys, stationery, and other unique gifts. Plus, making a…

  • 100 Lafayette Street
  • (225) 381-8140

Upscale casual dining and a pleasing dining environment that doesn't require dressing up. The food is characterized as 'classic American' and the menu specializes in fresh fish, offering 2 or 3 seafood specials daily. Located inside the Shaw Center for the Arts. Enjoy fresh…

  • 100 Lafayette Street
  • (225) 344-0334

The Manship Theatre offers a unique experience for its theatre audience, 325 front row seats. The theatre, modeled after the style of classic European opera houses, is one of the most beautifully intimate theatres in the United States. With the 11th row as the Manship Theatre's…