NUS Cultural Centre reopens

(Clockwise from above) The upgrades include new seating for the UCC Hall; a more open entrance area; and a new atrium with a lawn outside.
The upgrades include new seating for the UCC Hall (above); a more open entrance area; and a new atrium with a lawn outside.ST PHOTOS: ALPHONSUS CHERN
(Clockwise from above) The upgrades include new seating for the UCC Hall; a more open entrance area; and a new atrium with a lawn outside.
The upgrades include new seating for the UCC Hall; a more open entrance area (above); and a new atrium with a lawn outside.ST PHOTOS: ALPHONSUS CHERN
(Clockwise from above) The upgrades include new seating for the UCC Hall; a more open entrance area; and a new atrium with a lawn outside.
The upgrades include new seating for the UCC Hall; a more open entrance area; and a new atrium with a lawn outside (above).ST PHOTOS: ALPHONSUS CHERN

University arts complex gets new seating, upgraded infrastructure and a new atrium in $20-million upgrade

The University Cultural Centre (UCC) at the National University of Singapore officially reopens today after a $20-million renovation that lasted six months.

A new multi-purpose atrium that can hold 120 seated or 220 standing has been added to the arts complex in Kent Ridge Crescent. The centre also includes the 1,700-seat UCC Hall; the mid-sized UCC Theatre, seating just more than 400; as well as a 22m by 15m dance studio.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 22, 2018, with the headline 'NUS Cultural Centre reopens'. Print Edition | Subscribe