At ANC, we have a rich history of art. From the majestic medieval art of Glencairn Museum to the state-of-the-art Mitchell Performing Arts Center, our students benefit from facilities with both architectural beauty and modern capabilities.
Fine Arts Center
The Fine Arts Center is the oldest building on the ANC campus, originally built as the library. After extensive renovations in the 1990's, the building now houses visual arts classes and includes a drawing and painting studio, a traditional black-and-white photography darkroom, a ceramics studio, music rehearsal rooms, and classrooms.
Originally built as a home in the 1930s, Glencairn Museum is our stunning museum of religious art and history. ANC students visit the museum often with for classes, for events, and to be enriched by their remarkable collections.
Mitchell Performing Arts Center
The recently re-constructed Mitchell Performing Arts Center is a state-of-the-art theater that provides ANC with a performance space and a rich learning environment. Classes in performance, technical theater, stagecraft, costume design, dance, and music are held in the beautiful building.