Art students at EMU enjoy specialized workshops, studios, Mac labs, and classrooms which allow them to develop a rich understanding of their chosen disciplines.
- Ford Hall houses the main Art Office, Art History and Visual Art Education. Ford Hall is the home of Graphic Design, with a full MAC lab, its letterpress area.
- Sherzer Hall is a distinctive space to explore 2D Foundations, Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, Photography, and Time-based Media.
- Briggs Hall provides studio space for 3D Design and Metalsmithing. The Furniture Design Studio has an adjacent full wood shop.
- The Sculpture Studio is relatively new studio with a foundry, full woodshop, and work areas.
- The Ceramic Studio has complete with a set of wheels for throwing clay vessels, a kiln room, a glaze room, and a highly functional classroom space.
- Sill Hall provides space for the Simulation, Animation & Gaming program. There are two computer labs in SIll 108 and 206, along with SAG faculty offices.
Galleries in the School of Art & Design run monthly exhibitions and receptions from August through May. Exhibitions include a vast range of works from representational pieces to non-objective imagery. Works are presented in a broad spectrum of formats from traditional to installation and time based media. Our gallery program hosts an annual lecture series, frequently in tandem with what is happening in the galleries. Artists and art historians who come to lecture at EMU are typically well renowned in their discipline. For more information about our galleries and exhibitions, visit the Exhibitions and Events page.