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Singletary Center for the Arts

405 Rose Street

Who's Here:

Concert Hall
Recital Hall
University Art Museum

Accessible Entries:

There is one accessible entrance with an automatic door facing Euclid Avenue and one accessible entrance manual door facing the corner of Rose Street and Euclid Ave. The entrance by the drop-off loop is not accessible.

Parking:

There are 5 accessible spaces located in the visitor center parking lot adjacent to the south entrance of the Student Center Addition.

Exterior Access Route:

An accessible sidewalk network surrounds the building. A ramp leading to the manual door is located on the corner of Euclid Avenue and Rose Street. All entrances open into a semicircle around the recital hall and concert hall.

Interior Access Route:

The elevator is located to the left of the automatic door entrance. The second floor accesses the upper level of the concert hall (there are several locations for people using wheelchairs in the upper level). Spaces allotted for people with wheelchairs can be accessed from the ground floor for both the recital hall and the concert hall.

Rest Rooms:

There are four sets of bathrooms on the first floor in the building, however, all stalls are too small for wheelchair accessibility.

Elevators:

An elevator is located to the left of the automatic door entrance.

For Assistance:

Contact Julie Shankle, the Patron Services Coordinator, for more information or special accommodation requests (859-257-1706).

Other Notable Aspects:

Assistive listening devices can be requested at the front desk next to the ticket counter. Because some events that take place at Singletary involve audio or video equipment that may pose accessibility problems, patrons with mobility impairments should call in advance to make sure accommodations are provided.

Picture of the entrance (Euclid Ave.) to the Singletary Center for the Arts.
 

Picture of the entrance (corner of Euclid Ave. and Rose Street) to the Singletary Center for the Arts.
 

For general questions about the UK campus, contact Public Relations.

If you have suggestions or find errors on the accessibility map, contact: Jerry Weisenfluh, Kentucky Geological Survey.

If you have suggestions or find errors on the Building Information Pages, contact: Bethany Overfield, Kentucky Geological Survey.

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