The visual arts and design programs at the Takoma Park/
Silver Spring Campus are held in the award-winning new
Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Arts Center,
located right across the pedestrian bridge from the main campus.
Situated between the 14 acres of historic Jesup Blair
Park and the College's architecturally distinctive
performing arts center, the facility has much to offer. You'll find spacious, modern studios and labs for ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, crafts, weaving, drawing, design, painting, as well as
traditional and digital photography. A tiered lecture hall provides ample space for art history classes and presentations.
The King Street Gallery, with its exposed infrastructure and open ceilings, offers a
grand space for discovering art. A diverse and thoughtful series of art exhibitions enhances
the total educational experience. Students also have the convenience of their own digital labs, art library, art supply/book store, and snack bar as they study, learn, and create inside this unique arts facility.