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Wilder Pavillion

Located in the Adamian Academic Building, the Wilder Family Pavilion is equipped with stadium seating, amazing acoustics and an intimate atmosphere which provides patrons with an incredibly unique theater experience.  Every seat is a good seat in the Wilder Pavilion!

Theatre style auditorium. Features podium with computer and projector. Minimum capacity 80. Maximum capacity 250.

Can reserve space through: https://ems.bentley.edu/VirtualEms/

 

Wilder Pavilion, 165 Adamian Academic Center, 175 Forest Street, Waltham, MA 02452

Hours

Varied

Website

campus-life.bentley.edu

Upcoming Events

International Film Series Screening: Global PRIDE: 50 Years after Stonewall

Join us for a night of documentary short films! Kissing Doesn’t Kill (1990-U.S.-4 min.) directed by Tom Kalin Part of a campaign initiated in 1989, this...

9/5 6:30pm
International Film Series Screening of BPM (Beats per Minute)

BPM (Beats per Minute) (2017-France-143 min.) directed by Robin Campillo In Paris in the early 1990s, a group of activists goes to battle for those stricken...

9/23 6:30pm
International Film Series Screening of Pride

Pride is inspired by an extraordinary true story. It's the summer of 1984, Margaret Thatcher is in power and the National Union of Mineworkers is on strike,...

10/21 6:30pm
International Film Series Screening of Dirty Laundry and Call Me Kuchu

Dirty Laundry (1996-Canada-31 min.) directed by Richard Fung Dirty Laundry speculates upon the buried narratives of gender and sexuality in Chinese-Canadian...

11/5 6:30pm

Recent Events

TEDx BentleyU

4/7/2019

Recent Activity

Kai Dickerson

Kai Dickerson left a negative review 2/20/2019

I would have liked to hear more about frugal innovation coming from big pharma. I was saddened to hear that R&D remains market driven and we have not found a more equitable approach. Informative, but misleading event title.

Ross Mitchell

Ross Mitchell left a positive review 2/6/2017

This was a fascinating and enlightening presentation.

Casey Hayward

Casey Hayward left a review 2/6/2017

She was a good speaker but the whole thing felt rushed and off the cuff. As a result the presentation wandered. I'm not sure what to attribute that to but a little more structure would have been nice. The location, timing and campus were all lovely.

Dave Szymanski

Dave Szymanski posted a photo 1/30/2017

Natalie Berland

Natalie Berland posted a photo 11/1/2013

Wilder Pavillion

Wilder Pavillion posted a photo 7/9/2013