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FACILITIES


Katherine D. Elliott Studio Arts Center

The Katherine D. Elliott Studio Arts Center is home to the art and architecture departments at HWS.  Constructed in 2006, this new facility provides 14,600 square feet of new academic space, including classrooms, offices, studios for painting and photography, and printing, wood and metal shops.

Elliott Art Center

Architectural Design Studio

The third floor of Houghton House hosts the Architectural Studies program, renovated in 2009 by a generous gift from Ridgway H. White '02. The expansive facilities include two architectural design studios; a computer lab outfitted with graphic and digital drafting software, a large scale plotter, scanners and color printers; a library for sustainable materials samples, design and urban planning periodicals, and reference books; a 'working gallery' for the display of current student work; and a critique room for student presentations, space and equipment for professional studio photography sessions, and special events such as film screenings and architecture student society (American Institute of Architecture Students) meetings.

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Houghton House

Originally gifted to the Colleges in 1943 for use as a women's dormitory, Houghton House has since become the home of the Art Department. The first floor consists of gallery space and two multi-media equipped seminar classrooms. The second floor is used primarily as office space for faculty.

Houghton House

The Goldstein Family Carriage House

Recently renovated and financed in part by a gift from the Sheldon and Ruth Goldstein Foundation, the Carriage House boasts a digital imaging lab and a photo studio with a dark-room for black and white photography.

Goldstein Family Carriage House