Fine Arts Building
The Fine Arts Building, constructed in the 1920s as Hilltop Gymnasium, features large painting, drawing, and figure modeling studios with twenty-foot ceilings, abundant north light, and original hardwood basketball court floors. The printmaking studio is well-equipped for relief, intaglio, collagraphy, lithography, monotype, and screen-printing. The large sculpture studios include the foundry, ceramics studio, and wood shop. The photography area includes two large black and white darkrooms, an alternative process darkroom, and a studio space. There is also a lecture room for art history, colloquiums, and visiting artist lectures.
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