Studio Spaces

All of the WSU Pullman shared studios have high ceilings and plenty of natural light, and are equipped with spray booths for the safe application of fixatives and spray-based paints. A virtual tour is forthcoming.

Shared studios are accessible seven days a week from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. A movable wall transforms the main painting studio into a critique room.

Advanced undergraduate students and MFA students are also assigned individual studio space.

A woodshop is available for building canvasses, wood panels, and other supports. A skilled technician is available to give workshops on stretcher construction and how to operate machinery safely.


  • Plaster working area
  • Clay modeling stands
  • Open spaces for large scale building

Learn more

Specialize in drawing or painting for your WSU art degree.

Contact our faculty artists to learn more about facilities:

Michael Holloman
Associate Professor: Drawing Coordinator and Art History
Fine Arts 5072G