Facilities

The Department of Art and Art History is equipped with a wide range of facilities, including painting and drawing studios; 2-D and stop-motion animation labs; darkrooms and a high-end digital imaging lab; printmaking and book arts labs; traditional wood, metal, and ceramics studios; an array of digital sculpture tools; a digital video studio and editing stations; a Cintiq lab; individual studio spaces for Seniors; and much, much more. Students at UConn pursue their creative sides wherever their imaginations lead them.

Explore the links below to see where your future home might be, and imagine what youโ€™ll be able to accomplish!

DASL: Digital Art Services Lab

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VARC: Visual Arts Research Center

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VAIS: Visual Arts Installation Space

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CAG: Contemporary Art Galleries

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Animation Labs: 2D and Stop-Motion

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Ceramics Labs: ACS and RM 117

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Wood Shop

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Laptop Room

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Metal Shop

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Photo/Video Studio

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Darkroom

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Silk Screen Shop

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Letterpress/Book Arts Studio

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Design Center

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Print Shop

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Student Lounges

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