Part of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the School of the Arts is located in four specifically designed and equipped buildings with dedicated studios, labs, practice rooms and performance spaces. Here, we learn without boundaries.
Robinson Center, Dance Department. 3 large studios with basket-weave floors. A black box theatre seating 125.
Oldfather Studios, Film & Media Studies Department. A production facility, sound stage, animation, digital editing, computer labs, Red Camera.
Murphy Hall, Theatre Department. 3 performance spaces: Crafton-Preyer & William Inge, and Stage Too! Theatres. Costume and property shops, classrooms and rehearsal spaces. A script library.
Art & Design Building, Visual Art Department. 130,000 sq ft building with gallery, computer labs, common shop, foundry, darkrooms. Dedicated studios for weaving, textiles, drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, installation & performance, and visual art education. On West Campus: An Anagama kiln.