Kane 130

Kane 130

Room Type: Auditorium
Capacity: 720 (530 ground level; 190 balcony)
Seating: Fixed seating; Seats with tablet arms in tiered rows
Facilities/Fixtures: Single widescreen projection screen
Stage: Yes; Projection distance: 88'-7"; Screen to front row distance: 25'
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Electrical Outlets: Grounded outlets available in three concealed floor pockets at front of room, along the perimeter walls, and at the podium.
Lighting: Dimmable fluorescent lights in a variety of configurations: house lights, note lights, wall wash lights, lighting over the stage, a combination of the areas of lighting as well as TV spotlights
Air Conditioning: Cold-water-cooled ventilation
Wi-Fi: Yes (UW NetID required)
Media Equipment: Installed equipment includes podium with fixed gooseneck microphone, lapel wireless microphone, desktop computer, (2) overhead projectors, (1) video/data projector, (1) VHS VCR, (1) DVD player with surround sound, and (1) document camera.
Labor: All events in Kane Hall require an Event Assistant to serve as the facilities and equipment contact and are required to stay for the duration of the event.

Room Availability

Fall, Winter, & Spring Quarters: After 6:20pm; Monday through Friday
All day; Saturday & Sunday
Summer Quarter & Interim: All day; Monday through Sunday

Stage Dimensions

Front stage width: 46"
Back stage width: 35"
Depth: 33"
Height: 20"
Acoustic Baffles: There are four movable acoustic shells on each side of the stage.
Each segment is three feet wide.

Electrical Hook-ups

3 Circuits: 50A @ 208V single phase connector: NEMA 14-50 R
(standard 50 amp range connector)
8 Circuits: 20A @ 120V single phase connector: NEMA 5-20 R (single)
(standard 20A - 115V grounded receptacle)
1 Circuits: 20A @ 120V single phase connector: NEMA 5-15 R (4-plex)
(standard 15A - 115V grounded receptacle)

Requesting Use of University Facilities

University departments, Registered Student Organizations (RSO's), and faculty/staff may make a reservation without a Request for Use of University Facilities form if the event is only attended by University members.

Events which are open to the public, ticketed, or held by or in conjunction with an off-campus organization are required to submit a Request for Use of University Facilities form. This form requires approval from all of the following: a University department Dean, Director, or Chair, the facilities manager of Event Services, as well as the Use of University Facilities Committee. It is important to know that this form takes a minimum of three weeks to process and that advertising is prohibited until the form has been approved by the Use of University Facilities Committee. To complete the form online, please click here.

The purpose of the RUUF is to ensure that all facilities operated by the University are reserved primarily for educational use including, but not limited to, instruction, research, public assembly, student activities and recreational activities related to educational use. Further, each facility may be used for a variety of activities, so long as the primary function the facility was intended to serve is protected.

Other Information

Food, smoking, and all beverages are prohibited in Room 130. If you are advertising programs to the public, please note that we are NOT a ticket outlet. Please indicate any ticketing and event contact information, with telephone numbers, on your advertising and promotional materials. Our office would appreciate a copy of any advertising material used for the program for our reference.