Folk Hall, home of the Myers School of Art, was once a Cadillac auto dealership, complete with spacious showrooms and service bays. Now completely remodeled, it is among the largest academic art facilities in the region. A 3D tour of the building is available here.
Folk Hall houses the Emily Davis Gallery, the Student Projects Gallery, an auditorium, administrative and faculty offices, two classrooms, 28 studios, the Visual Resource Center, the Graphic Services Center, and the William Hogarth Seminar Room.
- 28 Studios — Studios are dedicated to every area, with excellent equipment and technology throughout.
- Emily Davis Gallery — In addition to exhibiting works by faculty and students, this renowned gallery in Folk Hall showcases work and lectures by visiting contemporary artists who are acclaimed nationally and internationally. Folk Hall also features the Projects Gallery for students’ experimental works.
- design x nine — One of seven graphic design studios in Folk Hall, design x nine enables outstanding students to work with real clients, printers, service bureaus and others in the field. Design x nine has won national and international awards, The studio’s name comes from the nine outstanding seniors chosen for it each year. The students hone their design skills, business savvy, technical knowledge, teamwork abilities and other talents they need to succeed in the graphic design field. Visit our website at designxnine.com
- M Lab — Located in Folk Hall Room 135, the innovation lab provides the opportunity to allow for innovative problem solutions to support the entire curriculum of the school and grant the distinct privilege to work on cutting edge technology curated and operated by our research faculty. Equipment includes a 33" x 45" Laser Cutter, 2 3D printers, a 48" vinyl cutter, a 3D scanner and 2 Letterpresses.