The Petaluma campus offers painting, drawing,
digital photography, and art history.
The Santa Rosa campus offers all the disciplines listed below.
Natural and color-corrected lighting. Adjustable track lighting. Drawing tables and horses.
Natural and color-corrected lighting, easels and taborets. Adjustable track lighting. Storage and cleanup room. Outdoor work area.
Large studio space with adjustable tables and tackable walls. Natural and color-corrected lighting. Access to the adjoining Graphics Darkroom and nearby Digital Arts Lab.
Digital Arts Lab
(Analy Hall) This lab is used in conjunction with classroom instruction. 8 Macintosh G4 computers w/21" monitors, digital tablets, several flatbed and slide/film scanners, color and black and white printers.
16 station black and white darkroom and 7 station color darkroom with automatic processor. Film loading rooms. Light prep area for drying, mounting and viewing photos. Demonstration and critique room adjacent to darkrooms.
Large throwing and hand building areas in main studio. Additional rooms include: glaze room, hot rooms, clay storage area. Large gas and electric kilns. Outdoor area for raku firing.
Equipped for light metal fabrication, stone carving and working in wood, clay, plaster, and various assemblage processes. Separate studio and shop areas. Large outdoor work area.
45 seat lecture room equipped with microphone, wide projection screen and dual slide projectors.