GEORGE AND JUDY MARCUS HALL FOR THE LIBERAL AND CREATIVE ARTS
San Francisco State University’s George and Judy Marcus Hall for the Liberal and Creative Arts or “Marcus Hall” is a state-of-the-art academic facility designed for innovative communication, collaboration and engagement. The building is named after the University's largest donors and alumni George Marcus and Judy Marcus. Designed by the renowned architecture firm Mark Cavagnero Associates (MCA), the 75,000 square foot building is the home of the Liberal & Creative Arts College’s Broadcast and Electronic Communications Arts (BECA) department. Marcus Hall, on Tapia Dr. and Font Blvd. on the San Francisco State University main campus, also houses the college’s dean’s office, related support services, and several classrooms. Completed in early 2021, it is the first new academic building to be built on the SF State campus in 25 years, and the first academic building named after University graduates in its history. Marcus Hall was built with a combination of public and private funding.
Click through the slideshow below for photos of the exterior and interior of Marcus Hall, as well as the building's dedication ceremony.