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The Rebecca Cohn Auditorium
The Dalhousie Arts Centre, at Dalhousie Universitymarker in Halifaxmarker, Nova Scotiamarker, contains a number of theatres, an art gallery, classrooms, and a sculpture garden. It is the premier performing arts venue in the Halifax area, and was opened officially in November, 1971.

The Rebecca Cohn Auditorium is the largest theatre in the facility, home to Symphony Nova Scotia. The seating capacity of the auditorium is 1,040. It is also the location of many largest first year Dalhousie classes such as psychology and biology. The second largest venue is the James Dunn Theatre.

The striking modern architecture was done by C. A. E. Fowler & Company (Charles Fowler) of Halifax, with significant contributions by Japanese educator Junji Mikawa, who worked in that architecture office at the time.

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