Our Art+Design facilities offer 160,000 square feet of art-making opportunity.
Our Visual Arts Building is one of the largest facilities of its kind in the Northeast, providing students with superb studio environments, together with state-of-the-art software and hardware specifically geared to the demands of professional design and art making.
Studios, Shops, and Labs
Students have access to advanced software, hardware, and equipment to match the height of their creative and professional ambition.
The printmaking, wood, and metal fabrication studios are among the best equipped in the country. Clay, glass, bronze, plastics, and finishing areas create an ideal environment for exploring and experimenting with object making in a variety of media.
Photographers can take advantage of silver and non-silver darkrooms, along with digital labs capable of high-end scanning and printing.
Sophisticated digital and audiovisual equipment and labs allow for work in video, light, sound, digital fabrication, and interactive multimedia.
In their junior and senior years, undergraduate students are eligible for semiprivate studios.
Facilities: Visual Arts Building
Richard and Dolly Maass Gallery
Located within the School of Art+Design, the Richard and Dolly Maass Gallery gives students the opportunity to exhibit their work in a professional context alongside their daily classroom experience.
In addition to student work, the gallery’s program focuses on emerging artists, Art+Design alumni, and current faculty.
Facilities: Richard and Dolly Maass Gallery
Neuberger Museum of Art
The available courses of study are supported by a campus environment that includes the world-class Neuberger Museum of Art—just next door to the Visual Arts Building.
Students enjoy unparalleled access to its permanent collections in contemporary and African art and to a wide range of changing exhibitions. Both curators and exhibiting artists participate in the life of the school, amplifying the voices of an excellent faculty, all of whom are actively involved in the art world.
Beyond the immediate campus, the cultural resources of New York City invite students to become engaged with their art and design disciplines through internships, field trips, and visits to studios, museums, and galleries.