Students have the opportunity to divulge in any process or medium they like, from the kiln room to fire ceramics, to using the woodshop to construct sculptural forms. Most of our facilities are multipurpose and can be used to fit two-dimensional or three-dimensional art needs. It is through our small classes and ever-growing facilities that students have the physical space to develop a body of artwork, no matter the size.
The Art Department facilities offer Art majors or minors access to all studios in which they can develop an interdisciplinary art practice by learning new processes.
Did you know?
The art department hosts six large classroom spaces and four small gallery spaces for installing artwork.