The Department of Art is located in the heart of the Center for the Arts building on the University at Buffalo’s North Campus.
In 1994, the Center for the Arts was built by the critically acclaimed architectural firm Gwathmey Siegel & Architects Associates, the same firm responsible for the Guggenheim museum expansion and renovation as well as the recent expansion of architect Paul Rudolph’s Yale University Arts Complex.
The Center for the Arts is a 264,000 square foot building overlooking Lake La Salle in the middle of North Campus. The CFA is home to the UB art galleries, the departments of Media Studies, Theater, and Dance as well as the Department of Art. Students and faculty from diverse disciplines within the arts mix in the classroom, in the studio, or in one of the CFA’s onsite cafes.
The CFA is central. We are located a just a short walk from the Student Union as well as our friends in the School of Engineering, Biological Sciences, the Oscar A. Silverman Library, and the Lockwood Memorial Library.