Our Facilities



The Rainbow Building, across the street from the Max Orovitz Building, houses the administrative offices for the department, as well as: the printmaking studio; two classrooms for our drawing and foundation courses; a small computer lab; exhibition spaces; and faculty offices and graduate studios. The Rainbow Building is located near Alex Rodriguez Park (UM’s baseball stadium) and the Newman Alumni Center.
The Studio Arts Building, or the 1535 Levante Building, is situated cattycorner from the Rainbow Building and has facilities for ceramics, glass, sculpture, painting, photography, and digital media, as well as faculty and graduate student studios and offices.
The Merrick Building houses all of our art history classrooms and faculty offices, and is located at the center of campus near the Business School and the Lowe Art Museum.

The campus has several shuttle routes that function between these locations and the University Metrorail station.



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