General information

Art, Everson Hall
Seminar, Lecture and Meeting Room Usage Agreements

Use guidelines and priorities of use vary by type of space and department. Get information on room equipment and find out who to contact if you have questions or need a key. Link to COWS calendar.

General use guidelines and restrictions

Keys: If your space requires a key for access, you can obtain one from the Business Office staff (170 Everson) from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. A $10 deposit may be required. For keys to Wright Hall rooms, see the Production manager in 126 Wright Hall.

Minimum Reservation Length: 30 minutes
Hours available: 8 a.m.-10 p.m., unless otherwise noted

Rooms may be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis whenever available. Each group that uses the space will be responsible for monitoring the safe and clean use of the space. This includes sweeping, picking up the trash left behind by your group and placing all equipment and furniture back in their original places.

Reservation requests are routed to staff (Don Yee, Courtney Kievernagel), who will approve and confirm them based on the priorities outlined here. 

Cancellation Policy: Please submit a request to cancel a reservation that you no longer need, up to an hour prior to the start time. Room reservations are void fifteen minutes after the hour if the person who reserved the room is not present. If a room is empty, you may occupy that room until the end of the hour.

Art 125 – Seminar room (Art Studio)

Priority: Officially scheduled classes and seminars taught by Art Studio faculty.

Priority: Art Studio faculty meetings, committee meetings and guest lectures.

Priority: Art Studio graduate student meetings or seminars.

Priority: Officially scheduled classes and seminars in other Arts departments and programs.

Priority: Other Arts department meetings (faculty, staff, graduate students).

Facility description and details

Location: 125 Art, first floor of Art Building.
Maximum Capacity: 25
Details: Used primarily for Art Studio seminars and faculty meetings. Configured for seminars. Room is kept locked; no open access for other users. Pass through to access the mail room in 125A, but when “in use” sign is posted, people can get to the mail room through outside doors, using the same key.
Equipment: Wifi, Projector & wall-mounted controls, screen. Some connectors for laptops are available in the adjoining mail room; contact artshelp@ucdavis.edu for training or help.

Restrictions: No painting, plaster or other wet materials allowed in this room.

Art 210 – Seminar room (Theatre and Dance)

Priority: Officially scheduled classes and seminars taught by Theatre & Dance or Art Studio faculty.

Priority: Theatre & Dance or Art Studio faculty meetings and guest lectures.

Priority: Theatre & Dance or Art Studio graduate student meetings, conferences.

Priority: Officially scheduled classes and seminars in other Arts departments and programs.

Priority: Other Arts department meetings (faculty, staff, graduate students).

Facility description and details

Location: 210 Art, second floor of Art Building.
Maximum Capacity: 20
Details: Used primarily for Theatre and Dance Design classes and faculty, and Art Studio faculty seminars and meetings. Configured for seminars.

Everson 148 – Seminar room (Art History)

  1. Priority: Officially scheduled classes and seminars taught by Art History faculty (including Freshman Seminars).
  2. Priority: Art History faculty meetings and guest lectures.
  3. Priority: Art History graduate student meetings, conferences.
  4. Priority: Officially scheduled Art Studio and CDM classes and seminars.
  5. Priority: Other Arts department meetings (faculty, staff, graduate students).
Facility description and details

Location: 157 Everson Hall, first floor, east wing.
Maximum Capacity: 12
Details: First floor of Everson Hall. Used primarily for Art History seminars and meetings. Configured for seminars.
Equipment: projector, Wifi.

Everson 157 – Section room (Art History)

  1. Priority: Officially scheduled classes and seminars taught by Art History faculty (including Freshman Seminars).
  2. Priority: Art History faculty meetings and guest lectures.
  3. Priority: Art History graduate student meetings, conferences.
  4. Priority: Officially scheduled Art Studio and CDM classes and seminars.
  5. Priority: Other Arts department meetings (faculty, staff, graduate students).
Facility description and details

Location: 157 Everson Hall, first floor, east wing. 
Maximum Capacity: 25
Details:  Used primarily for Art History discussion sections and guest lectures. Configured for discussion sections.
Equipment: projector, wifi.

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