Classrooms & Studios

The Art & Art History Department is located in Lynch Memorial Hall, with spacious studios and classrooms containing:

  •  Digital projection and multimedia-equipped classrooms
  •  Dedicated studios for painting, drawing, ceramics, and sculpture
  •  Large photographic darkroom and digital photo lab
  •  Private work spaces for advanced students

Within this dynamic environment, our students immerse themselves in the study and practice of visual art, gathering in the sunlit atrium of the building to study or chat. Other building features include: 

  • Secure, 24-Hour Access
  • High-Speed Wireless Internet
  • Gourmet Coffee and Sandwich Bar   
Wood-working, printmaking, and ceramics equipment of the Art & Art History department include:
  • 14" Bandsaw
  • 20" Bandsaw
  • Combo disk/belt sander
  • Spindle sander
  • Drill press
  • Scroll saw
  • Dual bevel miter saw
  • 3 printing presses
  • 2 Electric kilns
  • 1 raku kiln
  • 11 Brent pottery wheels
  • Slab roller
  • Pug mill
  • Clay extruder