Renovated in 2002, the Art Building houses studios for painting, sculpture, and printmaking.
The first floor includes, the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, and Gamble Auditorium. Gamble Auditorium, named for Sidney Gamble, trustee and benefactor of the College. Lectures and other events take place in Gamble regularly.
The Second floor of the art building includes the art history department office, classrooms, and faculty offices.
The third floor of the art building includes studios for painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The sculpture facilities offer opportunities to study in a variety of media including wood, clay, plaster, and metal.
A short distance away from the Art Building, in the Central Services Building, is a spacious, well-lit drawing studio. A student-run gallery devoted to student artwork is located in Blanchard Campus Center.
Senior Art Studio