Field Arts & Events Hall represents the newest and most significant arts, entertainment and special events facility found anywhere in the region. Field Hall hosts local, regional, national and international music and performance artists inside the 500-seat Donna M. Morris Theater. Field Hall also includes a cuttingedge waterfront conference and event center suitable for groups from 20 to 300 people, overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Click here for more information about Field Hall meeting and event spaces available to rent. 

Field Arts & Events Hall is a private 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization. The construction of Field Hall was made possible through the generous donations of Port Angeles locals Donna M. Morris and Dorothy Field, along with corporate and individual donors who value a vibrant arts community on the northern Olympic Peninsula.  Click here for more information about supporting our Capital Campaign.

Field Hall is the first of three buildings that comprise the Port Angeles Waterfront Center campus. Our PAWC site partners are the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe and Marine Discovery Center

(c) Adam Hunter / LMN Architects


To be a home for arts and events that brings people together and strengthens our community.


To inspire, nurture, and empower the local arts community, enrich local cultural and educational experiences, and spark economic activity throughout the region.


Whether you’re interested in Field Hall as a world-class theater, planning a corporate event, or looking to find the perfect waterfront wedding venue, we’re excited to help you! Contact our team about planning your event at Field Arts & Events Hall.

(c) Adam Hunter / LMN Architects


Field Arts & Events Hall is a private not-for-profit organization made possible by individual contributions. We are proud to recognize our Field Hall “Angels.” Each of the extraordinary women below have supported the construction and operation of Field Hall through major gifts. Without them, this project would not have been possible. 

Inspired by Donna’s gift, local arts patron Dorothy Field purchased and donated the last undeveloped parcel of waterfront property in Port Angeles to be the site of the performing arts and events center.

Dorothy has since contributed a significant level of additional funding to move the project forward. She has also established an endowment for operational funding.

In recognition of her gifts and in honor of her and her late husband, the building was named Field Arts & Events Hall (Field Hall).

In 2016, the community of Port Angeles received the largest charitable contribution ever made in Clallam County: A $9 million gift from the late Donna Morris to be used specifically for the design, construction, and ongoing operation of a performing arts and events center.

Donna took great delight in the success of student musicians and believed they, along with other performers in the community, deserved a place that would truly showcase the talent and dedication each brought to their art. We are thrilled to name the Donna M. Morris Theater in her honor.

Pat Donlin, the “Microsoft Millionaire,” originally gifted Field Hall $1 million in stock in September, 2018. Since then, Pat has given an additional $1.5 million including her bequeathed gift.

We are honored to remember Pat through the naming of the Pat Donlin Lobby.


Field Hall is committed to open and transparent communication with our donors and we listen carefully to feedback. We encourage our donors to get involved beyond a financial investment. 


An unqualified audit opinion — or a “clean audit” – is a report by the auditor that the financial statements are a fair and accurate representation of an organizations’ financial health. Field Hall is proud to share our audit reports, all of which are “clean audits” with no findings.