Available to all School of Art undergraduate and graduate students, project spaces can be reserved for purposes such as critique, installation, documentation, temporary exhibitions, or work residencies.
To support the development of a robust studio practice in our students, all undergraduate juniors and seniors in the School of Art are provided with shared or individual studio space. Studios are accessible 24/7 and provide semi-private working space and storage. Studios are located in either the sky-lit 4th floor of the CFA building or in Doherty Hall near the school’s fabrication facilities.
The newly remodeled, multi-functional Foundations classroom serves as a studio space, instructional facility, and informal community gathering point exclusively for first year students. The 2,800 square foot space includes a large main floor, lofted area for students to gather, and an enclosed room specifically for critique and green screen filming. Students have 24/7 access to the room their first year.