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Traina Center for the Arts

Traina Center for Arts

As a facility for teaching, research, and creation, the Traina Center for the Arts benefits the hundreds of students

The Traina Center for the Arts, home to our Visual and Performing Arts Department, includes the Schiltkamp Gallery, Clark’s main gallery space; Razzo Hall, a 194-seat recital hall; the Fuller Multimedia Center, home to our film editing suites, computer music studio and graphic design workspaces; the Rothschild Family Painting and Drawing Studio; a student lounge; a dark room for photograph students; and a resource library and center. The Art History, Studio Art, and Media, Culture, and the Arts programs are located in the Traina Center.

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