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The entrance to the Insalaco Studio Arts Center with white pillars supporting the front, large windows, and a glass door as the entrance

Insalaco Center for Studio Arts

2300 Adams Avenue
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The Michael and Dolores Insalaco Center for Studio Arts is home to the Art Department and the Office of the Dean of the Insalaco College of Arts and Science. The Center also houses the Kresge Gallery and features drawing and painting studios showcasing naturally-lit rooms with beautiful views of the campus. There are studios and equipment for woodworking, jewelry-making, ceramics, sculpture, photography, printmaking, a Mac lab and private and semi-private studios for upper-level BFA, MA, and MFA students. Private and semi-private work spaces are available to upper-level undergraduate and graduate students. Art students can access the building 24 hours a day.

Built and dedicated in 2001, the facility was made possible through the generous support of Michael Insalaco, Trustee Emeritus and former Board Chair, and his wife, Dolores.

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