Why isn’t South Campus being used for more Art Center studios and classes?

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Why isn’t South Campus being used for more Art Center studios and classes?

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South Campus was developed, in part, to house Art Center’s growing Public Programs, which have over 5,000 people enrolled annually in the College’s Art Center at Night, Saturday High, Art Center for Kids, and Design-Based Learning programs. Archetype Press, which was previously housed in a building leased by the College, was provided dedicated space alongside the Printmaking Studio, which grew beyond the space provided at Hillside Campus. Recently, The Agency at Art Center was established at South Campus, which would have not been possible in a typical classroom setting at the Hillside Campus. The Graduate Art program has an entire complex dedicated to studio spaces, workshops and galleries. Beginning in Fall 2008, Graduate Industrial Design and Graduate Media Design will move to the Wind Tunnel at South Campus, which will free up more room in the Ellwood building for undergraduate classes.

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Elza Hellister

Not everyone becomes an artist, but everyone tries to draw, especially in childhood. It is interesting that children want and love to draw. Drawing – this is the most favorite lessons! And this is no accident, check out more art studios here