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Students pursuing the visual and performing arts at Ursuline enjoy bright, sunny facilities with plenty of space to conduct their activity.

The Mooney Hancock Arts Center is named after the lead donor, Ellen Mooney Hancock ’61. It was built in 2002 and houses the 300-seat Auriana Theater, endowed by the Auriana family, as well as orchestra and chorus practice rooms, a dance studio, The Stephanie Clemente Broadcast Studio, a kiln room and four art classrooms. In 2011, the Sr. Anne Therese Dillen Media Arts Center was established thanks to the generosity of the Nasti family.