Fine Art Studios

Students in the Bachelor of Fine Arts program with a studio emphasis can pursue studies in ceramics, drawing, metals, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The Applied Arts Building provides unique facilities for each area that are conducive environments for learning and extensive open studio and lab hours allow access to these spaces outside of class periods.

On the first floor of the Applied Arts Building are studios for art metals, ceramics and sculpture. The second floor of the art building is where the printmaking lab is located, as well as one of the drawing studios and classrooms for art foundations. On the third floor are studios where the advanced drawing and painting courses are taught.