Opened in 2006, Lee Center for the Arts is one of the performing spaces of the Seattle University. Highlighting the works of its students and local artists, the center comprises of two distinct spaces. The Hedreen Gallery is at the lobby and showcases visual art. One can get a glimpse of these pieces through the huge plate glass panels of the gallery from the street. John Eshelman Stage is used for dance shows and theatrical acts by resident companies and traveling local artists. You can visit the gallery from 1.30p to 6p.