Jane Lutnick Fine Arts Center
The Jane Lutnick Fine Arts Center, built in 1987, consists of classrooms for painting/drawing and photography. The painting/drawing studio is equipped for creating oil/acrylic painting, mixed media work, and work on paper. The photography facilities are composed of black/white darkrooms and are outfitted with the latest enlargers and a 26-inch roller processor for printing color. Additional digital facilities such as computers and printers are located in the photo room.
The foundry building, completed in 2005, has sculpture workshops for wood-working, clay, plaster, welding, bronze casting, and digital fabrication.
Fine Art senior studios are located in Parker House, including nine individual studios with 24-hour access.
Printmaking is currently located in Locker Building. It is a fully equipped studio with facilities in etching, lithography, silkscreen, relief, and digital printmaking. A showcase of current student printmaking work is available at https://printmakers.sites.haverford.edu/