Student Facilities - University of California - Berkeley
Kroeber Hall: The core of the Art Deparment's activities are located in Kroeber Hall, which houses classrooms for painting, drawing, as well as well-equipped facilities for printmaking, metal and wood sculpture. The main office of the deparment is located in room 345; faculty offices are on the third floor. The Worth Ryder Art Gallery, Garron Reading Room and a few graduate studios are also located here.
Wurster Hall: Adjacent to Kroeber Hall is Wurster Hall, the site of an extensive ceramics studio and classrooms for undergraduate sculpture. Two graduate studios are located in Wurster for access to the ceramic facility.
Graduate Studios: The majority of the graduate studios are located at the off-campus site of the Richmond Field Station where there are spaces for 26 individual studios and a seminar room. Students have day access to the excellent woodworking and machine shops located there. Also, a few on-campus studios are available for students who need to use the ceramics, metal shops and ATC studio.
Seminar Rooms: The primary seminar rooms are on campus in Kroeber Hal and at the off-campus graduate studios at Richmond Field Station. Occasionally an instructor will also hold a seminar in his or her studio.
Garron Reading Room: This reading room contains a growing collection of books, periodicals, prints and slides for use of the Art Department, located in room 275 Kroeber Hall.
Libraries: The Berkeley campus library system consists of the Doe Main Library, Moffit Undergraduate Library, Bancroft Library, and 23 branch libraries which together contain over seven million books and periodicals. Most notable is the Art History slide collection on the 4th floor of the Doe Library, which contains over 300,000 slides. Each student's Cal photo ID serves as a library card at all campus library facilities.
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