Katherine and Tom Belk Visual Arts Center @ Davidson College
A 43,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility, the "VAC" is home to both Art History and Studio Art. It houses two galleries for visiting and student art shows, as well as an AV-equipped lecture hall, seminar room, and studios for art majors and faculty.
Built in 1992-1993, the building is modeled after two of Davidson's oldest buildings, Eumenaean Hall and Philanthropic Hall. It was named in 1998 for Katherine McKay Belk, a member of the Davidson Board of Trustees and her husband Tom Belk, Class of 1946, a member of the Board of Trustees from 1972-1984.
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