Each graduate student is given an individual studio space on campus and has access to all the state-of-the-art facilities at the School of Art, including drawing and painting studios, a print media lab, sculpture, wood, and metal shops, a digital fabrication lab, a multimedia studio, and more. Other facilities dedicated exclusively to graduate students include the Graduate Study Room, which contains an extensive library of critical theory texts, and Powder Room, a 1,300 square foot off-campus gallery space managed by graduate students.
Beginning in the Fall of 2019, graduate students will have a new, expanded facility on campus. The new School of Art graduate facility will provide 18 individual studios, study space, community space, and administrative offices. This facility will also include a flexible-use space that will support varied coursework, group critiques, roundtable seminars, public programing, and more.
There are various exhibition spaces on campus that are available to students. The Ellis Gallery, The Frame Gallery, the Miller Institute for Contemporary Art, and a graduate student-run off-campus gallery, Powder Room, offer additional opportunities for students to publicly exhibit their work.