Kah-Ne Hall

The art facilities in Kah-NE Hall are new and one of the best in the surrounding area. Boasting a brand new drawing and painting studio as well as a studio for sculpture and pottery. The Charles Banks Wilson Center for Art has a beautiful gallery area to show of student work as well as professional items from Charles Banks Wilsons and other artist.

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Commons Hall

Commons Hall is the home to the vocal music program at NEO. The Hall includes 120 seat auditorium, which is used for multiple college and community events throughout the year. The Hall also includes practice rooms for student rehearsal and private music lessons.
Commons Hall was named after Senator Al Commons, State Senator from 1928 to 1936. Senator Commons was influential in the establishment of NEO College. For many years, Commons Hall was a residence hall for students. In 2008, the hall was renovated into a modern instructional area and intimate, acoustically-sound performance auditorium.

Commons Recital Hall

Swanson Family Music Hall

The Swanson Family Music Hall is home to the instrumental music program. The band room is used for marching, concert, jazz, and pep band rehearsals and as well as small group practice.

The Swanson Family Music Room was named after the Dr. Robert Swanson, instrumental instructor from 1955 to 1985, and his family who continue to be supporters of the NEO Band program. The band room was remodeled in 2012 and is an extension of Copen Hall.

Fine Arts Center

The Fine Arts Center houses an 800 seat auditorium that supports music theatre productions, music performances, guest speakers, and community events. The stage facilities includes an orchestra pit on an elevator lift. The Fine Art Center includes a green room, dressing rooms, and classrooms to support the theatrical performances and classes.

 
 
 
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