The Arts Institute is located in the Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center on the campus of Indiana University Southeast. This state-of-the-art facility houses the Music Department and Arts Institute offices, classrooms, rehearsal spaces, and teaching studios. The Ogle Center boasts three performing spaces: The 500-seat Richard K. Stem Concert Hall, renowned for its acoustical superiority. The Recital Hall is an intimate, 96-seat hall used for faculty and student recitals. The 338-seat Robinson Theater is used primarily for theatrical productions. Arts Institute Preparatory School recitals are generally held in the Recital Hall.
The Recital Hall, holding 96 seats, creates an intimate performance and presentation space for the community. The Recital Hall is used for faculty and student recitals, community meetings and conferences.
The Stem Concert Hall is the largest of the Ogle Center's theaters, used primarily for performances of the Music Department, the Different Drummer Series, and the Louisville Orchestra Nightlites concerts. The Stem holds 500 seats including eight wheelchair locations.