Art Facilities & Equipment

There are traditional Art Studios for the following areas:

  • Ceramics
  • Fibers
  • Painting
  • Photography
  • Printmaking
  • Sculpture

— We have 20 state-of-the-art iMac workstations to support Studio Art and Design in OP1210 and 5 Mac Pro towers for high-end 3D modeling, video and animation processing in OP1224. These labs are equipped with scanners, laser printers, and graphic tablets which are utilized by both studio art and design concentration students.

— The Design program now expects students to have their own computer hardware and software (Adobe Creative Cloud) to be majors in Design.

— The Art Department uses professional-grade graphic, page-layout and image editing programs: Adobe™ InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Acrobat, AfterEffects, Dreamweaver, Animate and Premiere.

— The Design program also has a traditional media space for traditional design production and illustration processes such as watercolor, gouache and line art.

The Art Department houses the University Art Gallery where professional and student exhibitions occur throughout the year.


Faculty Exhibitions on east and west coasts

Congratulations to printmaking professor Laura Bigger, who has a solo show of her “Elements” series at the Crary Art Gallery in Warren, PA, and another in Nashville.

Congratulations also to painting professor Lindsey Dunnagan, who had a solo exhibition this year. “Pursuing Echoes,” a solo show by Lindsey Dunnagan, was on display from February 7 – March 10 at the Art Gallery at Umpqua Community College in Roseberg, Oregon. -Read more