Facilities for Art Majors

Students in the lobby of Sprowls ART AND COMMUNITY: Students catch up before class in the lobby of Sprowls Hall, which houses studios, galleries, classrooms, and an auditorium.

Sprowls Hall

A modern, five-story complex that houses fully equipped studios for six of the studio areas.

  • Drawing
  • Graphic design
  • Jewelry and metals
  • Painting
  • Print media
  • Woodworking

Robertshaw Building

A converted factory with more than 13,000 square feet of newly renovated studios for ceramics and sculpture.


Robertshaw sculpture area


The Wood Center at IUP

Home of the woodworking studio, the The Wood Center at IUP is a nearly 9,000 square foot studio in the lower level of Sprowls. The CTFD is exceptionally equipped for the professional development of the emerging artist in wood. Artist in residence and visiting artist programs are offered.

Woodworking studio


Kipp Gallery

Kipp Gallery offers a variety of art exhibits throughout the year, including touring exhibits, invitationals, and works by advanced students in the Department of Art. The Kipp Annex also showcases art exhibits.

Kipp Gallery


Miller Gallery

Student-run Miller Gallery showcases IUP's creative student talent.

Miller Gallery


University Museum

The University Museum is a multi-discipline museum, including art, history, and other exhibits, and presents several exhibits annually.

University Museum