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Baugh Center for the Visual Arts

Baugh Center for the Visual Arts
Progress:
Completed
Additional Information
Project Cost: 
$5 million
Area: 
27,000 GSF
Completion: 
2012
Architect(s): 
GSC Architects
Contractor: 
Bartlett Cocke General Contractors

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Art instruction, studio, and office spaces previously located in the Presser Hall basement and the York Annex have been combined in a new visual arts building located south of the Mabee Student Center across 9th Avenue.  This 27,000-square-foot building houses classrooms, faculty offices, studio space, a student lounge, and an art gallery.  Classrooms dedicated to ceramics and sculpture open onto deck areas where students may fire or weld pieces outdoors.  A ground-floor suite offers computer work stations and conference areas where visual communications students are able to work together in a setting similar to an ad agency.

Capital Campaign - Visual Arts Building