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Visual Communications includes lecture/demonstration classrooms and undergraduate studio spaces for sophomores, juniors and seniors.
The Mac Lab, our computer lab, has 32 Apple Mac workstations, located in classroom and auxiliary work spaces, as well as the latest high-end software and hardware to meet our graphic and media needs.
Recitation Gallery exhibits contemporary work of artists and designers as well the Senior BFA exhibitions.
The architect for this historic building was the famous Frank Furness of Philadelphia. A renovation in 1963 attempted to hide the Victorian qualities of the building. The building recently underwent a major renovation. Listed on the National Register of Historic Sites.
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The Studio Arts Building is a premier facility housing Ceramics, Printmaking, Sculpture, Raven Press and undergraduate and graduate studios and faulty offices.
The Sculpture area includes a woodshop and metal shop with state-of-the-art equipment.
Ceramics includes, an open studio, a large kiln room, a glaze room and clay room.
Printmaking includes dedicated spaces for etching, lithography, silkscreen and a digital lab with large format Epson printers and a laser cutter.
Raven Press, an experimental letterpress printing facility with an extensive collection of wood and lead type.
Taylor Hall houses Painting, Lens Media, and Foundations Design.
Painting includes two large classrooms as well as senior BFA painting studios.
Lens Media includes photo and video classroom and seminar spaces, a lighting studio, darkroom, and a large digital/electronic project space.
Taylor 022 is the experimental media and electronic arts lab.
Photo, video and other equipment is located in the lower level available for students to loan.
Built with funds made available through the Hatch Experiment Act, the Recitation Hall Annex was originally the laboratory of the Agricultural Experiment Station of Delaware College. The building currently houses graduate studios.
The recently renovated building was designed by Wilmington architect Lewis R. Springer. Listed on the National Register of Historic Sites.