Then & Now

The facade of Browning Hall in 1974
Students fill the lobby of Norman Hall with motion and color

In 1974 the Department of Art was housed in the structure that came to be known as the Art Building (present day, Browning Hall, named for the late William “Elmo” Browning.) Starting in fall 2006 all art classes are offered in Norman Hall. This specialized facility contains a gallery and classrooms for art history, fiber arts, printmaking, drawing, painting, graphic design, art education, ceramics, sculpture and game design. A kiln yard and outdoor sculpture area complement the building.