Studio Spaces

State-of-the-art studios

Herron’s spacious, well-equipped studios are some of the best you will find anywhere. As a Herron student, you’ll spend a significant amount of time in your studio, conceptualizing, exploring techniques, inventing your personal aesthetic, and maturing as a creative individual.

All seniors have dedicated individual spaces within larger studios. Graduate students and some advanced undergraduates have their own studios.

8,000square feet dedicated to furniture design

100+lithography stones for printmaking

20+electric, gas, soda, and raku kilns

Ceramics

Ceramics studios include electric, gas, soda, and raku kilns; a complete glaze lab; a pit firing area; and tools to explore glasswork, screenprinting, image transfer, and 3-D printing. Graduate students have their own studios and dedicated wheels.

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Furniture design

Our workshops are among the best facilities in the country for furniture design, with a well-equipped tool room, computer and design stations, and a vacuum pressing station for advanced laminating and veneer techniques. Graduate students have their own studios.

See all furniture design equipment
Visual communication design students meet in a collaborative workspace.

Visual communication design

Tools available to visual communication design students include drawing, offset printing, photography, and multimedia. Each VCD graduate student has a semi-private workspace. A separate conference room is dedicated to graduate seminars.

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