Located on the main drive near the front entrance of the College, the Zankel Center serves as a gateway building for the campus. Its traditional brick, copper, and glass facade harkens back to the style of the initial campus buildings, while its bold structure works in tandem with the similarly powerful shape of the nearby Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery. Together with the Janet Kinghorn Bernhard Theater, the Marjorie Saisselin Art Building, and the original Therese W. Filene Music Building, it creates a true arts quadrangle for the Skidmore campus. [Read more about the Zankel Music Center.]
Main parking for the Arthur Zankel Music Center is located in the Arts Quad Parking A, which is to your left when you enter campus from the main entrance on North Broadway. Additional parking is available in Arts Quad Parking B, and secondary parking may be available in the Palamountain or Case Center lots (see the map linked above).
Parking on roadways and grass is prohibited.
The Zankel Music Center’s Ladd Concert Hall and restrooms are handicapped-accessible. Two handicapped parking sections are located near the building’s main entrance, and there is a drop-off location adjacent to the handicapped ramp outside the building’s main entrance. When purchasing tickets, please let the box office know of any special requests or needs.