Classrooms & Studios
In the Foundation Building, skylight ceilings flood abundant natural daylight throughout a number of classrooms, workrooms and student studio spaces. Additional studios and classrooms are located in newly constructed building at 41 Cooper Square.
Most studio classrooms are equipped with easels, model stands, palette tables, and sawhorse tables. Common workrooms are furnished with slop sinks, worktables and storage racks to accommodate the preparation and storage of artwork. Seminar classrooms provide seating for between fifteen and seventy five people. Four classrooms in the Foundation Building are fitted with digital projectors and sound & video connections. Two multimedia classrooms at 41 Cooper Square are equipped with high-deﬁnition projection teaching stations, and with Apple MacPros, which are connected to the Internet via T1 lines.
All students in their second, third, and fourth year in the School of Art, as well as Exchange and Mobility students, are provided with individual studio spaces. These studios are located on the second, fourth, and sixth floors of the Foundation Building, and on the fifth, sixth, and ninth floors of 41 Cooper Square. Each studio has pinup wall space and is set up with a desk and a lockable storage cabinet.
Classrooms and studios are served by the Painting Offices on the sixth floor of the Foundation Building, and ninth floor of 41 Cooper Square. The Painting Offices have various types of equipment for check-out and a limited number of art supplies for sale.