The School of Art's programs are housed in the Dorothea Ilgen Shaffer Art Building and Smith Hall on Main Campus and the Comstock Art Facility on Comstock Avenue near South Campus.
Shaffer Art Building houses the School of Art's programs in illustration and painting. It is also home to the Department of Transmedia, jazz studies in the Setnor School of Music, and Syracuse University Art Galleries. The building also contains a 60-seat lecture hall and the 300-seat Shemin Auditorium.
Smith Hall houses facilities for our graduate program in studio arts and studios for drawing. Smith Hall also features a woodshop and Random Access Gallery, an exhibition space for graduate students.
Comstock Art Facility, also known as ComArt, is home to the school's programs in art education, studio arts, and arts in context. The facilities include workshops for metal, wood, jewelry and metalsmithing, ceramics, and printmaking. It also houses the school’s DigiFab. ComArt is also home to the Sarah A. Coyne Gallery.
Refer to your degree program of interest for more specific facilities information.