Mattin Center

Building Description:

The Mattin Center is the home of the arts on the Homewood campus. Dedicated on April 14, 2001, it was named for its benefactor, Christina Mattin, who graduated from Johns Hopkins in 1975. The center is composed of three buildings, including the Morris W. Offit Building, named for Morris W. Offit, a 1957 graduate, university trustee, and chairman of the board from 1990 to 1996 and the F. Ross Jones Building, named for Ross Jones, a 1953 graduate, vice president, and secretary emeritus of the university. The Mattin Center features the Swirnow Theater, the Digital Media Center, art studios, a dance studio, darkrooms, music practice rooms, and the Silk Road Express cafe, as well as multiple meeting spaces for student groups.