Herrick Performance Hall

Herrick Performance Hall

Herrick Hall is a performance space on the academic quad that seats about 300 individuals.

History & Architecture

Herrick Hall was built in 1966 by Gilbert Seltzer. The design is New Formalism in Bedford limestone. Named in honor of former geology and natural history professors Clarence Luther Herrick and brother Charles Judson Herrick who taught at Denison in the late 1800's and were instrumental in establishing Denison's reputation in the sciences at that time.

Originally one of Denison’s largest science lecture spaces, Herrick was transformed into a performance hall in 2007 in order to give artists and speakers an inviting and accessible venue on the Academic Quad.
Building Style 
Bedford limestone in the New Formalism