Eskenazi Hall is a 163,000 sq. ft. building which since 2005 has housed Herron's art library, galleries, a 232-seat auditorium, student lounges, administrative spaces, the Basile Center for Art, Design and Public Life, and 70 state-of-the-art classrooms and work spaces for instruction in visual arts studio programs, visual communication design, art history, art education and elective arts courses.
Studios are airy, well lit and well ventilated. Students also have resources including a lighting studio, spray booth, woodshop and more at their disposal.
Located at 1410 Indiana Avenue, 1.9 miles from Eskenazi Hall, The 50,000 sq. ft. Eskenazi Fine Arts Center houses the sculpture and ceramics programs, school-wide public art fabrication space, lounges, classrooms and galleries, and dedicated graduate program space including individual studios and fabrication areas.
Ceramics studios are spacious and well equipped, and include the capacity for exploration in glasswork and screen printing image transfer.
Graduate students in Ceramics who enter the program next year will be assigned graduate studio space within the current configuration of the facilities. The ceramics program has all the equipment needed to support creative work including 10 electric kilns, three electric test kilns, four downdraft gas kilns, one atmospheric (soda) downdraft kiln, gas fired raku kilns, a pit firing area, four clay mixers, a complete glaze lab, mold making and casting areas and wheels dedicated to graduate use.