Special facilities for the Division of Art include a graphic design classroom with fifteen Macintosh computers, with Internet access, projection system, storage area, and a professional quality laser printer. The Division of Art also makes use of a painting/drawing studio, sculpture studio, twenty five-seat lecture room, the Nutting Art Gallery and a printmaking lab. Digital Media Design majors have access to a Midi lab, state of the art sound recording studio, state of the art television studio and Media Arts classrooms.

Senior Rosalie Haizlett at work in the Hall of Fine Arts.

Additional art spaces:
The Division of Art ceramics studio is located in the Annex building across campus and we are in the process of building a photography studio and darkroom on the second floor of the College Union.

Paul N. Elbin Library:

The West Liberty University Library houses over 4000 art and design related titles. Faculty and students also have access to online resources such as the Grove Music and Art Online Database. The Library has six Macintosh computer stations, copy and printing services. The Library has served as additional art exhibition space, hosted and co-funded guest speakers.

ADA Compliance: 

The Hall of Fine Arts and the Media Arts Center are currently ADA compliant. The Media Arts Center and the Hall of Fine Arts have ADA compliant bathrooms, doors and entrances, and platform lifts at all stairways. Not all doors are automatic or power assisted doors but an accessible route connects accessible spaces. There are multiple handicap parking spaces in the Hall of Fine Arts parking lot.

Lithograph created by printmaking 1, fall of 2017


Art is Alive at West Liberty!

From award winning faculty members, to award winning students, West Liberty's art program is constantly buzzing with excitement. If you love art, then you have come to the right place. Browse the site, then make an appointment to browse our facilities. Sit in on a class, meet the professors, take in a gallery show. There is always something happening in the art department at West Liberty University.