Housed at St. Paul College, the hall is noted for its lavish theatrical productions. A multi-purpose hall provides more seating and a bigger stage for the school's cultural presentations.
Silliman University's modern cultural center is the fully airconditioned venue for local and international performing artists, also houses a ballet studio, and a spacious lobby for exhibits.
Central venue of Oriental Negros' visual artists; an extensive inventory of books of Filipino authors are also found at the gallery.
Main shop of Negros Oriental arts and crafts items, its branch, the Products of Negros Oriental is situated on Noblefranca St. Run by the Negros Oriental Entrepreneurs Association (NOREA), makers of gift and novelty items, household and décor accessories, garments, basketry, souvenir shirts and delicacies.
Repository of works and personal effects of Vicente G. Sinco, a signatory of the UN Charter. Also houses an exhibit of objects d'art and crude implements of early Negrenses. Established in 1949 by Dr. Sinco as his masterwork, the museum is located in Foundation University.
At Silliman University, an exhibit of artifacts and archeological findings, some dating 2,000 years and an ethnographic collection from minority tribes in the Philippines. The second floor of Silliman Hall is in itself a cultural relic of old America.
Largest collection of books and publications in the province,with spaces for regular art exhibits.