Located at the corner of Grand River Avenue and Farm Lane, the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University provides a striking and unique backdrop for your next event. With a variety of spaces available, the MSU Broad can accommodate most any event. If you are looking for a truly unique setting where your guests will be immersed in stunning, award-winning architecture and world-class contemporary art, look no further.
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Dr. Milton E. and Beth E. Muelder Collectors’ Lobby
Breathtaking views of the floating staircase with artworks showcased in the Louis E. Legg III Family Vitrine make this space truly remarkable for any event. *After hours only.
Alan and Rebecca Ross Education Wing
Oblique lines, towering glass walls, and contemporary design elements make this one of the most spectacular spaces in the museum. The Education Wing provides a premiere space to enjoy the architectural splendor that makes the Broad MSU so unique. Click here to view event setup examples.
Main Level, Lobby & Café
Capacity: 250 max.
Expand your after-hours event beyond the Education Wing into the dramatic lobby and café area of the museum. Perfect for a strolling reception, the main level will keep your crowd mingling while they enjoy varied food and drink stations throughout this large area. *After hours only.
- The museum does not offer facility rental for artists looking to exhibit their work in the museum.
- The MSU Broad has a strict policy regarding alcoholic beverages and how they are served. Please contact us for more information.
- If your event requires equipment that we do not have on site, please contact Events to Rent.
- All events must be catered using a vendor from the Broad MSU’s list of approved caterers: Morton’s Fine Catering, Spartan Signature Catering, and Special A’Fare Catering Co.