Studio Art Facility
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Learn more about the studio art building below.
Replacing inadequate facilities dispersed in several locations, the new building will give the College's popular art program resources for every medium. Drawing and painting. Sculpture in metal, wood, and clay. Photography. Printmaking. Installation art. Digital and video art.
For the first time, Kenyon's art students will have studios and classrooms with enough space and enough light, with all the right tools and the right technology. Everything, moreover, is designed for the Kenyon way: learning through close collaboration between students and professors.
A 1,146-square-foot metal studio will provide dedicated sculpting space with updated equipment and safety features.
This 985-square-foot studio will house an array of woodworking tools and ample space for wood sculpting.
This 1,585 -square-foot space will allow students to explore the basic elements of sculpture.
Sculpture Tech Studio
A studio art major working from this space will offer assistance to sculpture students.
This flexible studio will accommodate the wide-ranging needs of installation art.
Lighting and Green Studio
This versatile space will give students the tools to discover the possibilities of video technology and photography.
The photography lab and classroom space will allow students to gain experience with both traditional and digital photographic processes.
Seminar /Meeting Room
This seminar room will also function as a lounge for meetings, conferences, and informal receptions.
Each professor will have a private space for meetings as well as an area suitable for pursuing creative endeavors.
A technician will occupy this area, offering assistance to students using digital and video art equipment.
Digital and Video Art Wing
The emerging field of digital and video art will be explored in the expanded studios and classrooms in this wing.
The 1,115 -square-foot lobby area will serve as both a gathering place for students and an exhibit space to display works-in-progress and class projects.
Advanced Student Studios
These shared studios will be made
available to senior studio art majors.
Print /Foundation Studio
This enlarged studio will enhance exploration of the conventional methods, new techniques, and mixed-media projects in printmaking.
The 1,364 -square-foot drawing studio will offer a 30 percent increase in size over the existing studio.
The painting studio will offer efficient use of space, an open design, proper lighting, and a separate shop area for building stretchers and frames.
Advanced Student Studios
These shared studios will be made available to senior studio art majors.
Studio Flex Space
This studio, to be used by figure drawing classes, will also accommodate other classes undertaking special projects.
Art Minors Studio
Students pursuing a minor in art will share this studio.