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The Department of Art and Art History has teaching facilities for drawing, ceramic sculpture, painting, photography, printmaking, video, and sculpture. Each of our facilities has technical staff on site to support instructional activities and provide training with equipment. See the individual studio pages for more details. The Visual Resources Facility, with its image collection and computer lab, provides image resources for teaching and research. The VRF staff provides support and training to students and faculty.
Graduate students are given large, individual studios on campus, located south of the Art Building.