Ballet & Modern Dance Building

3000 S. University Dr. - 1921

Designed by Van Slyke and Woodruff, this was the first building on campus constructed after World War I.  The building is a three story design that is rectangular in plan with a curved parapet on the north and south ends.  The same parapet detailing is denoted on each entry on the east side of the building.  The parapet has decorative brick work on all sides.  Originally, the building was constructed as a gymnasium, but in 1973, it was remodeled for use by the Division of Ballet.

From the Jack White Collection of Historic Fort Worth Photos, University of Texas at Arlington:
Ballet & Modern Dance Building

Early Campus Aerial

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