Students have hands-on opportunities with materials, technology, and other equipment
from their very first semester in the Visual and Performing Arts Department. Our spaces
are flexible for a number of different faculty-led and student-led learning situations.
Many department spaces are available all hours of the day by reservation.
Visual Art has three dedicated spaces that provide opportunities to work in diverse
media, including ceramics, sculpture, drawing, and painting. Art spaces are available to registered students for work on class and individual projects.
Music primarily uses one performance space, two large rehearsal rooms, one small group
rehearsal room, and three individual practice rooms. Practice rooms are available
on a first-come first-served basis. Large rehearsal rooms may be scheduled by contacting
Juli Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Theatre uses two performance spaces, one large rehearsal room/lighting lab, a costume shop, scene shop, and a computer
design lab. Students are strongly encouraged to reserve rooms well in advance because
of the high traffic that these rooms receive.
Sound uses five primary workstations in five different rooms in the department. These stations
have a combination of stereo sound and surround sound. Students are strongly encouraged
to reserve rooms well in advance because of the high traffic that these rooms receive.