<p style="padding-left:25px; padding-bottom: 15px;">Also known as the art building, North Hall houses the painting, drawing and pottery studios, as well as our art seminar room and art faculty offices. It is accessible 24 hours a day to art students. Note the old smokestack — it's pretty hard to miss!</p><p style="padding-left:25px; padding-bottom: 15px;">Things can get pretty messy on the ground floor of North Hall, but that's the way it's supposed to be! The pottery studio features a glazing room, a firing room, electric and kick potting wheels and plenty of shelf space. You'll need it!</p><p style="padding-left:25px; padding-bottom: 15px;"> You won't spot many desks or chairs in the second-floor drawing studio in North Hall. Instead, you'll find your own drawing horse and designated wall space for evaluating and displaying your work!</p><p style="padding-left:25px; padding-bottom: 15px;"> Our paint and design studio offers plenty of freedom and space for painting, drawing and sculpting. You'll get your own workspace, but won't be closed off from other students and faculty. Interaction is a good thing! </p><p style="padding-left:25px; padding-bottom: 15px;"> The Clausen Art Gallery is a working gallery. This is where the work of art majors and other area artists is featured. The gallery is open to the public, seven days a week in the Stark Student Center. Please stop by! </p><p style="padding-left:25px; padding-bottom: 15px;">The art seminar room is used for art-related presentations and seminars. With two slide projectors, an overhead projector and pull-down screen, it's equipped for developing artists to share and discuss their work.</p><p style="padding-left:25px; padding-bottom: 15px;"> Perched on a scenic hilltop, our campus provides some of the most breathtaking views in the region — no matter the season! True to our Franciscan heritage, which inspires reverence for creation, we blend our architecture with the natural setting. The result? A beautiful and peaceful place to learn. </p><p style="padding-left:25px; padding-bottom: 15px;">Art students have the opportunity for international travel to engage in art, architeture, foreign cultures and communities around the world — including Italy and the Vatican! Pictured here is the Rialto in Venice. </p><p style="padding-left:25px; padding-bottom: 15px;"> Our graduates have pursued successful careers as practicing artists, art teachers, graphic designers, architects, art therapists, art historians and professional photographers. What's your passion?</p>