As a Drawing student, you’ll learn and experiment in spacious classrooms with plentiful
natural light and extensive studio equipment including large format scanners and printers
and Cintiq digital drawing tablets. You’ll also have access to designated project
spaces for installation and other space-intensive exploration, private personal studio
spaces, and communal exhibition spaces equipped with expansive display walls and track-lighting.
Elsewhere on campus, you’ll have access to The Dow Center FlexLab, KCAD’s state-of-the-art digital fabrication facility featuring 3D printers and scanners,
laser cutting and vinyl cutting machines, wide format printers, and more; a printmaking
lab with a range of facilities that accommodates wood cuts, intaglio prints, stone
and plate lithography, aquatinting and mezzo tinting, screen-printing, papermaking
and more: the KCAD Library, which provides access to millions of books through the MeLCat shared library catalog
as well as access to specialized research databases and subscriptions to scholarly
journals; a fully appointed photo shooting studio; a fully equipped ceramics facility
and sculpture facility; fully-equipped wood and metals shops; and much more.
KCAD also offers a number of summer travel/study experiences as well as internships
during the academic year and the summer. You’ll have the opportunity to pursue work
in a variety of settings, such as fine art galleries, museums, and community arts
organizations, to name a few.