Fielding L. Wright Art Center

Renovated in 1997, the Fielding L. Wright Art Center houses Art Department studio classrooms and contains two galleries for hanging exhibitions of art, and the permanent collection of the University Art Department. There are studios for computer graphics, graphic design, general design, interior design, fiber design, ceramics, and printmaking. There are also rooms for art education and introduction to art. The Art Center houses a growing permanent collection of art, including original works by Salvadore Dali, Kathe Kollwitz, Leonard Baskin, Marie Hull, William Hollingsworth, Jr., Walter Anderson, and others. Visitors are welcome to view exhibitions in the galleries daily from 8:00-5:00 and during openings of shows on announced schedule. The building is named in recognition of the contribution to education made by the late Governor Fielding L. Wright.