Painting and Drawing
Painting classrooms and studios offer abundant natural and artificial daylight-balanced light. Large decks on the Northern and Southern sides of the building allow for outdoor work.
Sculpture and Ceramics
Our woodshop is fully equipped and frequently upgraded and improved. We offer industrial-grade machines and are dedicated to investing in new technologies and methods of fabrication.
You can find the Spring 2017 Woodshop Open Hours here.
Ceramics offers industrial level machines including 24 electric wheels, slab rollers, Brent Extruders, a Ball Mill and a walk-in spray booth. We also maintain two gas kilns (24 and 48 cubic feet), 11 electric kilns (2-12 cubic feet), a coffin kiln (16 cubic feet), and a raku setup. Our plaster room is fully equipped for industrial slip casting and houses two electric plaster wheels and a slip mixer.
Digital Fabrication Lab
In Fall 2013 the Sculpture area in collaboration with the New Media area began developing 3D fabrication lab, which includes desktop 3D printers and CNC devices, as well as 3D tools on dedicated workstations.
Photography and New Media
Chemical Dark Rooms - Photography maintains a large classroom darkroom and multiple individual labs for developing film and processing silver gelatin prints.
You can view the Spring 2017 Dark Room Open Lab Hours here.
You can view the Spring 2017 Digital Lab Open Hours here.
Computer Labs - Digital labs are available for the use of all Fine Arts and Art History students.
- 2 Macintosh classroom labs
- 1 Macintosh grad lab
- Software, including: Adobe Creative Suite, Adobe After Effects, Final Cut Studio, Microsoft Office, Silverfast
- High Resolution Flatbed Scanners
- Film Scanner (4 x 5)
- 1 Epson 11880 60” large format printer
- 2 Epson 9800 44" large format printers
- 3 Epson 3800/3880 medium format printers
- Production Equipment and Facilities
- Video cameras and sound recording equipment
- Lighting equipment
- Lighting studio
The mission of Gallery 102, the department's student-run art space, is to provide a platform for students to present work, practice curatorial strategies, and learn how to produce and install exhibitions. All students have the opportunity to participate in the Gallery 102 Committee. Students from a range of disciplines and stages of study—graduate and undergraduate, majors and non-majors, Fine Arts and Art History—collaborate with one another and faculty members to present shows throughout the year.