The Bulliner-Clayton Visual Arts Center, along with the adjoining "Second Street House", supports studies in: Art for Children, Art History, Drawing, Graphic Design, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, 2D and 3D Design. Each discipline is supported with fully equipped classrooms providing all the necessary resources to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in: Graphic Design or Studio Arts.
The sky lit lobby welcomes students into the visual arts building, where artworks from the private collection, modern furniture and a 40" flat screen monitor create a space for congregating. Adjacent to the lobby is the Troy Plunk Art Gallery, showcasing five to six exhibitions a year of local, regional and student artists. With its high ceilings, track lighting and windows providing natural light, The Bulliner-Clayton Visual Arts Building provides the perfect atmosphere for working in all major areas of fine art.
The facility provides one of the largest printmaking presses available, a 20-monitor digital Mac lab, photography darkroom, three painting studios, a drawing studio, wood shop and two 3-D design studios. Added features include faculty studios where students can observe and interact with their instructors first-hand.