The Visual Arts Graduate Research Laboratory is a 25,000 square foot facility that includes 50 artist’s studios, wood and metal fabrication studios, a seminar room, and an art gallery.
The graduate studios foster a vibrant, interdisciplinary community of artists, with students, faculty, and visiting artists and scholars interacting as they explore ideas, obtain knowledge and share techniques.
Private studio space is provided to students for the express purpose of producing art objects and scholarly work. These facilities offer 24-hour access, wireless internet, and individual cabinets to lock and store materials.
Large project studio spaces for wood and metal fabrication are available to students from all disciplines. A list of studio equipment can be found at the Sculpture Facilities page.
The Graduate Gallery is an 800 square foot experimental exhibition space intended to generate new ideas and discourses in contemporary art by graduate students through original projects developed for their thesis work. View The Galleries webiste for more information.