Art majors are the only students eligible to apply for a private studio space. Spaces will be prioritized to senior Art Majors enrolled in ART 490/491 Senior Project in Art. Remaining Studio spaces are granted through a portfolio review process after the Spring Submission Deadline: May 1. Rising 2nd and 3rd year Art Majors are strongly encouraged to apply. Note: You do not need to apply or re-apply if you are registered for ART 490/491 in the coming academic year.
Review Process: includes a digital submission of strong Studio coursework 3-5 pieces, a recommendation from an Art Department faculty member or instructor, and a brief proposal for the intended use of the space. If accepted, the signed application form is a contract for the lease of the space. Apply using the Studio Space Application Form.
Students applying for a Korsrud space will need to have completed by the end of sophomore year: one of the following - ART 200: Painting, ART 208: Life Drawing, ART 306 Design Concepts, or ART 308 Conceptual Drawing. Students must use non-toxic turpenoid and refined linseed oil with hazardous waste disposal. Students are responsible for purchasing their own materials in this space.
Students applying for a clay studio space will need to have completed ART 210: Ceramics I and must be enrolled in ART 310 Ceramics II in either Fall or Spring during the academic year they are applying for a Studio Space.
Students Applying for a printmaking studio space will need to have completed by the end of sophomore year: ART 216: Printmaking. If not enrolled in a printmaking course, the student will need to pay a lab fee $20.00 per semester for access to ink and cleaning solvents.
Violation of these rules may result in the loss of your studio space, or hinder your ability to have a studio space in the future at Luther. If there is damage to the studio that requires facilities to restore the space, students will be responsible to pay for the damage.