Snyder Center for the Visual Arts

Synder Sculpture Studio
Location: Snyder Center for the Visual Arts

Marlboro’s newest building, dedicated in May 2016, is now the hub of the visual arts programs, including a digital media lab, welding area, ceramics studio, and sculpture studio, and gallery space. The welding area is named for long-time professor Gib Taylor, and was part of Perrine sculpture building before it was incorporated into the new structure. A “magnet” classroom used by faculty in other disciplines encourages collaboration and ensures that students from across the curriculum come in contact with the work of art students.

Function

Visual Arts Center

Places

Media Lab; Magnet Classroom

Detours

(a mostly random selection of Marlboro microdestinations)