The program provides access to a variety of studios, including darkrooms for black and white, a lighting studio, alternative process facilities, computer laboratories with multimedia capabilities, the college's web server, and facilities of other areas in the Art Department. The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, which adjoins the Smiley Art Building, presents exhibitions of historical and contemporary importance and related interpretive programs. The permanent collection, numbering over 2000 objects, includes strong emphases in American, European, and Asian prints and a significant collection of photographs.
Other Local Resources
The programs of the nearby Womens' Studio Workshop, a nationally acclaimed artists book facility, include exhibitions, residencies, and studios in which artists work on projects in photography, printmaking and book production. The Center for Photography at Woodstock offers exhibitions, lectures, workshops, and internships in its nationally recognized photography program. Additional museum resources located in the area include the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, the Francis Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College and Dia:Beacon Riggio Galleries. New York City museums and galleries are 90 miles from the campus, and are easily accessible by bus or train.