Built in 1905, Doane Cinema in conjunction with the Eisner Center is home to the Cinema Department.
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Established 1905

More about Doane Cinema

The Doane Cinema building is Jeffersonian Federal Revival style built in 1905 and designed by Richards, McCarty & Bulford of Columbus. The firm designed four other structures on campus in the same style. Originally a gymnasium, the building was also home to art studios before being renovated to house the dance department starting in 1975. In 2023, the building became home to the cinema department.

Doane Cinema Archives


This project is a collaboration with Denison Dance Department & Vail Series featuring live music and includes the performances of Denison Dance students.

Informal Performance by James Graham

"Mouse Marlow" is an informal performance by James Graham showing at the Doane Dance Performance Space from 12-1 pm on March 12th 2019.

We Were, We Are, We Will

Alex Rivera and Bridget Ryan present “We were, We are, We will”, a pairing of two senior research performance solos.

Faye Driscoll - Informal Showing

Faye Driscoll performing her latest work at the Doane Dance Performance Space at 7 pm on Wednesday, February 6, 2019.

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