The School of Art occupies over 50,000 square feet of fabrication facilities, multi-purpose classrooms, media-specific studios and workshops, student and faculty studios, staff and faculty offices, presentation rooms, and exhibition space—offering students access to both traditional and state-of-the-art tools. Media areas are each staffed by expert university technicians who teach and assist users on best practices. All Art students have 24-hour access to workspaces that include: digital fabrication labs, printmaking and sculpture shops, and painting and drawing studios. School of Art upperclassmen and graduates also have 24-hour access to private or shared studios which support the development of professional art-making practices.
Drawing and Painting Studios
CFA Photography Area
Jamie Gruzska, Special Lecturer & CFA Photo Admin.
Physical Computing Lab, 3D Printing, Laser Cutters, CNC Router
Digital & Physical Computing Technician
Wood Shop, Metal Shop, Mold Making/Casting, Vacuum Former, Small Metals, Ceramics
Lauren O’Connor-Korb, Sculpture Technician
Electronic Media Equipment Lending, Chroma Key Studio, School of Art Classroom A/V Equipment
Bob Kollar, School of Art Technical Manager
CFA Multimedia Studio
Mark Jovanovich, Multimedia Lab Support Specialist
HEALTH & SAFETY
University Safety Rules & Guidelines
We live and work in a shared environment. Some materials and equipment used for art-making pose a potential hazard if students do not follow safe practice procedures. Federal and state laws require that students be informed regarding the materials used in the classroom.
Working with Environmental Health & Safety on campus to provide a safe work environment for all, we have provide the following links below to help students, faculty, and staff find important information regarding classroom safety, and training information for graduate and undergraduate monitors.
Students & faculty are expected to read and be familiar and with following procedures and resources for using equipment in the school: