- Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Renwick Gallery
Cultural + Performing Arts
Click on any of these highlights to directly learn about our museums, campus arts work, historic theaters, amphitheaters + performing arts venues, thought leadership, and key contact information.
Explore Our Featured Museums
- Cleveland Museum of Natural History Transformation
Inspired by the Water that Shapes Our World
- Museum of Science & History
Museum Design Engages Waterfront and Urban Edge
- Heard Museum
Celebrating Native American Artists
- Shenzhen Natural History Museum
Design Mimics the Hills and Valleys of the Pearl River Delta
- University of Nevada, Reno University Arts Building
Varied Arts Spaces Support a Vibrant Arts Community
See Our Campus Arts Highlights
- The Ohio State University Timashev Family Music Building
A University Arts Building to Master Music
- Case Western Reserve University Maltz Performing Arts Center
New Arts Center Complements Historic Temple
- Point Park University Pittsburgh Playhouse
State-of-the-Art Meets Historic Urban Context
- Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
19th-Century Landmark for 21st-Century Art Education
- OBERLIN COLLEGE+CONSERVATORY
Expanding Arts Facilities for the Future
Explore our Historic Theaters
- State Theatre New Jersey
Renovations Update Historic Venue for Second Century
- Tampa Theatre Renovation
Historic Authenticity, Enhanced Patron Experience
- Capitol Theatre Restoration
Modernizing a Beloved Atmospheric Theater
- The Tennessee Theatre
Leveraging Tax Credits to Update Historic Icon
- Appell Center for the Performing Arts
Creating a Unified Performing Arts Block
Honors + Recognitions
Fast Company Innovation by Design Names DLR Group for Three AwardsSeptember 15, 2022
We have earned an Honorable Mention in the Experience Design category of Fast Company's 11th annual Innovation by Design Awards for our work on the exhibition “Revealing Krishna: Journey to Cambodia’s Sacred Mountain.” In addition, our Verified Materials Transparency tool earned Finalist in the Sustainable category, and Honorable Mention in the Impact Category.Read More
The Ismaili Center
Ismaili Center to be Houston's Newest Cultural AssetNovember 16, 2021
DLR Group is leading the team of architectural partners responsible for delivering a venue dedicated to educational, cultural, and social events.Read More
See Performing Arts Venues + Amphitheaters
- Murphy Arts District
Creating an Entertainment Destination
- Cornell Arts + Entertainment Complex
Flexible Planning for Community Arts
- Straz Center for the Performing Arts
Bringing the Straz Center to the Riverfront
- St. Joseph Health Amphitheater at Lakeview
New Cultural Amenity on the Lake
- Playhouse Square
60-Acre Theater District Revitalization
- Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
Paying Homage to the Spirit of Woodstock
- Shenzhen Opera House
Sculptural Forms House New Performance Halls
Future Thinking + Milestones
Lighting & Sound America Highlights the Arts in Joplin, Missouri
The publication explores the Harry M. Cornell Arts & Entertainment Complex, an adaptable space opening up new artistic possibilities for the community.
National Museum of the U.S. Navy Names Competition Finalists
The firm has been chosen as one of five finalist in the National Museum of the U.S. Navy's Artistic Ideas Competition.
DLR Group to Present at Building Museums Symposium 2023
Join Principal Monika Smith for a presentation on reimagining the Albany Museum of Art.
Integrating Technologies to Bring History to Life: A Krishna Story
We were engaged to bring to life the compelling story of a particular artifact in the CMA archives – the “Cleveland Krishna.”
Design Renderings Revealed for the Museum of Science & History (MOSH)
The new building will be an iconic cultural institution on the waterfront for Jacksonville.
Bringing a Collection to the Community through Accessible Technology
A technical story of the Hispanic Society of America’s museum terrace activation welcomes New York back to their space.
Ismaili Center to be Houston's Newest Cultural Asset
DLR Group is leading the team of architectural partners responsible for delivering a venue dedicated to educational, cultural, and social events.
Brighter Days are Ahead for the Arts
As more people are vaccinated and the public feels more confident about re-engaging with their broader communities, arts organizations can be optimistic about the future.
The Second Act: Reopening Campus Performance Arts Centers
We are partnering with institutions to create strategies for academic areas within a campus arts community to reopen safety.
Facilities Considerations for (Re)Opening Night
Significant attention is being paid to building systems, including their impact on operating costs, air quality, and other health and safety issues as a result of the pandemic.