The Painting Studios are designed to support painting and drawing processes, but can be used for most disciplines. With ample natural lighting, these studios are well suited to drawing or painting from life and displaying work for critiques, review boards, and end-of-year shows.
Low hazard studio. Open any time outside of scheduled classes.
Class schedules will be posted outside classroom doors.
NOTE: if you see a magnetic sign on a studio door (including signs on
connecting doors between studios) indicating that there is a model in session, you may not enter the studio unless you are enrolled in the class that is scheduled in that room.
How to Gain Access
These studios are open to all users whenever the building is open and class is not currently meeting in the spaces. All studio users must abide by the Policies linked below and sign the user agreement. To access the user agreement, contact the Studio Manager.
Tools & Equipment
- Non-toxic processes are supported. See policy document for specifics.
- Metal rolling carts
- X2 modular model stands
- Vertical drying racks
- Flat files
- Masonite drawing boards
- Shared tools for canvas stretching and installation (hammers, levels, pliers, etc.)
For purchase at or through School Store
- Paper and other substrates
- Drawing supplies
- Carrying cases
Safety & Policies
Low Hazard Studio
All users must read, sign, and abide by the Studio Policies and agreement document which outlines studio safety and procedures. Simply reading the document does not grant access. See How to Gain Access above.