Graduate Studios & Facilities

Candice Methe Hess
Candice Methe Hess (MFA 2015) works in her studio.

Regis Center for Art encompasses 145,000 square feet of modern space dedicated to art production, exhibition, and studio art education. Regis houses state-of-the-art facilities in sculpture, foundry, ceramics, digital fabrication, imaging and editing, printmaking, drawing and painting studios, black and white photography labs, sound and digital moving image studios as well as The Katherine E. Nash Gallery, a 5,000 square foot research laboratory for the practice and interpretation of the visual arts. Regis West and the Quarter Gallery provide additional exhibition space.

In addition to the facilities available to undergraduate students, all graduate students in the MFA program are assigned generous personal studio spaces boasting natural light and easy access to departmental facilities. MFA candidates have 24/7 access to their studio space for the full three years of the program.

Graduate students also have exclusive access to a separate kiln/glaze room, a printshop (40x70” Takach lithography press, a 40x70” American French Tool etching press, and a 48x72” Cincinnati one-arm screen press), designated computers, and a large darkroom and high resolution scanning lab.