The Fine Arts Studios

The fine arts studios are located in the newly renovated Fine Arts Building, which is situated in the school’s academic quad. Previously located across campus in Hargate (now the Friedman Community Center), the fine arts studios moved to the Fine Arts Building in the summer of 2017 and officially opened to the St. Paul’s community for the 2017-18 school year.
The building's new spacious, modern design houses studios for welding and glass-blowing, ceramics and sculpture, photography and digital media, drawing, painting, and architecture. Additional features of the new building include a sculpture terrace and a faculty office suite. 

Learn more about the new Fine Arts Building here.

Situated directly behind the Fine Arts Building, the Crumpacker Gallery is a public gallery in which student and professional artists display their work throughout the school year. The gallery building also houses the program's printmaking studio, a classroom space for art history and museum studies courses, and a climate controlled art storage vault. Learn more about the Crumpacker Gallery here.

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