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Host your next meeting, reception, or event at the Wexner Center for the Arts.
Since opening in 1989, the Wexner Center has attracted international acclaim for its innovative architecture and well-equipped facilities, as well as its bold artistic programs. Designed by architects Peter Eisenman and Richard Trott, the Wexner Center building houses four exhibition galleries; a Film/Video Theater; a versatile "black box" Performance Space; and Mershon Auditorium, immediately adjacent to the Wexner Center building. Choose from any one of these spaces for your next event.
Contact our special events manager at (614) 292-6500 or by email.
The Wexner Center is not a banquet facility and is not equipped with all the amenities of such a space. But we do frequently work and coordinate with a variety of caterers to provide refreshments for events held in our spaces. Download a list of preferred caterers (PDF), or contact our special events manager at (614) 292-6500 or by email.
The Wexner Center Store in the lower lobby showcases the region's best selection of books on contemporary art and artists, as well as jewelry, accessories, gifts, and housewares. The store is also an authorized Herman Miller retailer.
Heirloom Café serves a full menu of breakfast and lunch items, as well as coffee drinks and other beverages.
Free, unlimited Wi-Fi access is available to all of our patrons in the café and lower lobby areas through the WiFi@OSU network. Access to the osuwireless network is also available to all faculty, staff, and students.