Encompassing over 50,000 square feet across four buildings, the School of Art's facilities are extensive. Most studios, seminar and lecture classrooms are located in the Fine Arts Building, with sculpture and ceramics occupying the Art Annex and adjacent outdoor process yard.
Complementing instructional spaces are four galleries, the Art Resource Center (an art library for study and research), a digital fabrication laboratory, and a Mac computer center with Adobe design programs.
The 2,200 square foot Gallery of Visual Arts, is our central exhibition space, and is located in the Social Sciences Building, Each year, the GVA hosts 8-12 exhibitions by nationally and internationally known artists. The GVA also hosts marquee student exhibitions such as the annual juried student art exhibition, and BFA and MFA student shows.
The main office is located on the second floor of the Fine Arts Building
For more detailed descriptions, please visit each Program's page
The building hours for the main Fine Arts building and Art Annex are from 7:00 am. to 11:00 pm seven days a week.
Each graduate student has a private or semi-private studio with 24-hour access. As much as possible, studios are assigned based on needs of the students, and proximity to associated equipment and process. "Clean" studios are located on the first floor of Schrieber Hall. Process-specific studios are near associated exquipment and facilities, such as photography, digital tools and printmaking in Fine Arts Building, and ceramics and 3-D fabrication in the Art Annex. The location of your graduate space may vary over the course of study, as your needs evolve.