The Architecture Program, as part of the Department of Art, Architecture + Art History, occupies the lower level of Camino Hall and a new 2000-square-foot studio building designed by Rob Quigley, FAIA. Dedicated 24-hour access studio spaces include large drawing and work tables and computers with advanced graphic, three-dimensional design, and rendering software.

architecture pavilion

The department is equipped with an extensive metal shop and wood shop, laser cutter, 3D printer, concrete mixer, spray paint booth, and several small and large format printers and plotters.

The department also includes several exhibition spaces as well as an outdoor movie screen.

movie screen
humanities center gallery
visual arts gallery