An expansive environment for art, design, and creative thinking

Herron spans two buildings on the IUPUI campus—a total 200,000 square feet of studios, galleries, and other inspirational spaces.

Eskenazi Hall houses the majority of Herron’s art and design studios, a 240-seat auditorium, five galleries, an internationally recognized art library, a 3-D printing lab, a school-wide shop, outdoor sculpture gardens, student exhibition spaces, and a Grand Hall for public receptions and events.

Eskenazi Fine Arts Center is home to Herron’s sculpture and ceramics programs, graduate studios, classrooms, critique spaces, and a large, multipurpose fabrication space.

A center for partnerships and professional practice

The Basile Center for Art, Design and Public Life is a transformational learning initiative that provides Herron students opportunities to collaborate on projects with businesses, nonprofit organizations, healthcare facilities, communities, and government agencies.

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