Opened Summer 2020, Elgin Street Studios is the new home for our MFA and Sculpture Programs. Located on the northeast corner of the Arts District, students work in spacious, light-filled, private and communal studios. Students have access to fully equipped wood and metal shops, covered outdoor work space, a spray booth, digital lab, dedicated graduate exhibition spaces, and common indoor and outdoor gathering spaces.
The Ceramics Studio is a communal space structured to be accessible to and inclusive of many different kinds of students. Mastery and athleticism is not prioritized over other skills and interests. Equipped for all standard ceramics processes, our studio supports technique and concept. Whether hand-building, wheel throwing, or delving into experimental surface techniques, we emphasize criticality and pleasure in making.
Graphic Design Graduate students work in the stellar, open-plan studio space in Elgin Street Studios. Undergraduates work in communal spaces in the Fine Arts Building. Additional facilities in the Fine Arts Building include a letterpress workshop and the Arts and Technology Center where students access a range of input and output devices including scanners, large format printers and plotters, a vinyl cutter, a Risograph printer, laser printers, 3D Printers and a laser cutter among other digital production machines.