Our Studios & Facilities
Pool Art Center
The Pool Art Center is home to the Pool Art Center Gallery as well as studios for analog photography, commercial photography, drawing, painting, ceramics and sculpture. Students may also apply to one of our eight independent studios which are dedicated to developing their own work outside of class requirements.
Springfield Hall is home to our digital labs for graphic design and digital photography courses. These classes explore image making through the Adobe Suite and use Macintosh desktop computers. Digital cameras are available for student's use during each semester.
The C-Street Gallery is a professional gallery space that is managed by arts administration majors. Through engaged learning, students experience all the aspects of running a gallery space from the conceptualization of exhibitions to installation and gallery receptions. The back of the building houses our weaving studio where students learn traditional weaving techniques on full-sized looms.
Free Association Gallery
The Free Association Gallery is located in Findlay Student Center. Studio art majors are encouraged to exhibit their works in the high traffic area of campus.
Rose O'Neill House
The Rose O'Neill House displays student works on a monthly basis. Artist Rose O'Neill, creator of the Kewpie Doll, once lived at this residence. While the first floor is a dedicated gallery space, students may apply to live on the second floor of this historic building.