Art Spaces

Our visual art studios include large work surfaces and student lockers for in-process projects.

2 D Visual Art Studio

Walker 211

Contact: Anne Beffel

Space dedicated to fine art including drawing and watercolor.

Ceramics Visual Art Studio

Walker 202

Contact: Susie Kilpela

Space dedicated to ceramics.

CAML Design Lab

Rozsa 213

Contact: Christopher Plummer

Computing lab with 2D and 3D CAD (VectorWorks, AutoCAD, and more), acoustical modeling software (EASE, RPG, and more), video production (After Effects, Adobe Premier), audio production (Logic, ProTools, Melodyne, AudioEase, and more), notation (Finale and Sibelius), and much more. There are multiple production and individual workstations as well as a 5.1 Surround Sound workstation available.

Scene Shop

Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts

Contact: Kent Cyr

Space dedicated to constructing larger student projects and scene sets for performances.

Inside A-Space Gallery on the lower level of the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts. Student work is exhibited on walls and on platforms in the middle.

Rozsa Galleries

Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts

Contact: Lisa Gordillo

Our galleries offer dynamic exhibits that showcase the work of engaging artists – from local to international. We strive to offer diverse programming that supports our students and our community. 

The Rozsa Galleries are divided into three main spaces: The Concourse, A-Space, and gallery b.

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Humanities Digital Media Zone (HDMZ)

Walker 120

Contact: Erin Smith

A computing, language-resource, and media-production facility. The HDMZ uses Macintosh and PC computers with an assortment of digital media software including Adobe Creative Suite and Final Cut Pro.