Lectures, Seminars, and Performances
Lewis & Clark’s many lecture halls vary in size and can accommodate events with 30 to 500 guests for lectures, seminars, and concert performances. All spaces have multimedia equipment and on-site technology support. The college’s food service provider, Bon Appetit,is available to provide on-site catering. Clients work one-on-one with a professional event coordinator to plan events from start to finish.
Built in 1968 and updated in 2010, the Agnes Flanagan Chapel features a magnificent Casavant organ, seating for 500 people, and stained glass windows. The Casavant organ has 85 ranks and most of the almost 5,000 pipes are suspended in the center of the chapel from the pinnacle of the chapel ceiling. The chapel renovations include a new, elevated stage, a sophisticated sound and lighting system, and ADA accessible restrooms.
Completed in 2011 and attached to the Agnes Flanagan Chapel, the Diane Gregg Pavilion’s open design and potential for seating nearly 140 provides a flexible venue and a lovely setting for meetings, workshops, cultural gatherings, sit-down dinners, and receptions. A maple sprung floor is specially designed to allow for dance performances.
Evans Music Center Auditorium
Remodeled in 2012, Evans Music Center Auditorium, with a capacity of 400, has a large stage, tiered seating and ADA seating, adjustable lighting, and excellent acoustics
The Council Chamber in Templeton has tiered seating for up to 220 and built-in projection capabilities.
Miller 105 lecture hall in the Miller Center for the Humanities has tiered seating with a capacity of 90, a presentation stage, and built-in projection capabilities.
Danielle Caldwell, CMP
Coordinator of Conferences and Events