The Mattin Center, opened in 2001, is a 53,000-square-foot complex focused on student life, and particularly on student interest in the visual and performing arts. The glass-topped brick structure, designed by architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, consists of three elements surrounding a courtyard: the west wing and the Richard and Rae Swirnow Theater, which together comprise the Morris W. Offit Building; and the east wing, the Ross Jones Building. The building, located at the Charles Street edge of the Homewood campus at the western terminus of 33rd Street, is intended as a crossroads for students, community residents and others entering or leaving the campus.
The central courtyard opens toward Charles Village to the east, Eisenhower Library to the north, the lower quad (formally, Wyman Quadrangle) to the west and the Baltimore Museum of Art's sculpture garden to the south.
The center houses the Office of the Dean of Student Life, Homewood Arts Workshop, a studio theater, a digital media center, two large art studio/classrooms, a dance studio, music rehearsal spaces and practice rooms, darkrooms, and meeting rooms and office space for student groups and student affairs staff.
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore Maryland 21218
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