Exhibitions have included the Quay Brothers, Vito Acconci, R.Crumb, Rosalyn Drexler, April Gornik, Alex Grey, James Hyde, Jon Kessler, Donald Lipski, Robert Motherwell, Stuart Netsky, Irving Penn, Jack Pierson, Anne and Patrick Poirier, Yvonne Rainer, Lenore Tawney and Andy Warhol.

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The university's Arts Bank Theater seats 230, and the Laurie Beechman Cabaret Theater is located in the same building.

The university also utilizes the adjacent Drake Theater, primarily for dance productions.

The University of the Arts currently has eight theaters.

The Merriam Theater is the largest on campus with a seating capacity of 1,840.

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In 1996, the university added a third academic division, the College of Media and Communication, which merged with the College of Art and Design in 2011 to become the College of Art, Media & Design.

The University of the Arts' nearly 1,900 students are enrolled in 41 undergraduate and graduate programs in six schools: Art, Design, Film, Dance, Music and the Ira Brind School of Theater Arts. Greenfield Library houses 152,067 bound volumes, 6,936 CDs, 14,901 periodicals, 16,820 scores and 1965 videos and DVDs.

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