ARTlab hours / Parking Information
The School of Art is housed in four buildings
on University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry Campus:
ARTlab, Ceramics/Sculpture, Art Barn, and Taché Hall.
The new hub of the School of Art, this state-of-the-art structure houses studios for drawing, painting, video and print media, the MACLab, smart classrooms for art history and studio lectures, the School of Art Gallery, the School's administrative offices.
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▶ ART HISTORY FACILITIES
The School of Art's Art History facilities include a Gallery, managed by a dedicated Art Historian, featuring one of the largest research collections in Canada, and an Art History seminar room, all within the security and temperature controlled envelope. Students and faculty have access to a library dedicated to Art/Architecture, staffed with knowledgeable librarians. ARTlab also houses state of the art, smart classrooms for lectures.
This large single-story building was specifically designed and constructed for the three-dimensional media, ceramics and sculpture. It houses some offices for faculty members who teach in the studios as well as some studio spaces for senior students.
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The Art Barn houses semi-private studio spaces for graduate, fourth year honors, and diploma workshop students, as well as some offices spaces for faculty members.
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The Art Wing of Taché Hall (adjacent to and connected to ARTlab via two skywalks) houses faculty offices, graduate student offices/studios, student galleries, and new wet photography labs and darkrooms.
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