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Ceramics and Sculpture Studio

Building Number: 0305
Original Cost: $1,675,361
Replacement Cost: $5,465,111
Ground Breaking Date: October 9, 1996
Occupancy Date: August 20, 1997
Dedication Date: October 29, 1997

The Ceramics and Sculpture facility is an instructional building designed for the Department of Visual Arts' programs in Ceramics and Sculpture.  The single-level building is constructed with a stucco-like facade and dark glass with black trim.  A roofed exterior patio area at the rear of the building houses outdoor kilns and accommodates outdoor sculpture activities.  This facility contains numerous studio/instructional spaces, including a wheel room, hand-building room, glaze room, metal studio and wood studio.  It also houses an advanced students' studio, seminar room and faculty office/studio spaces.

Project Team:

Architect: Bennett Barnette Bagley Architects

Mechanical Engineer: Staggs and Fisher

Structural Engineer: Buell-Fryer-McReynolds, Inc.

General Contractor: CR&R, Inc.