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Andrews Renovations

Here are the results of a two summer renovation project on Andrews Hall begun this last May. The renovation has kept the flavor of the building you remember but has dramatically improved its usuability.  There are more renovations to come next summer

 

Andrews Foyer second floor. The walls on the balconey have now been semi-enclosed to make a more usuable space for advanced painting.
View from balcony
Lee movers carrying the table saw back down to the sculpture studio. Everything from the first floor, including the sculpture equipment, was stored on the second floor during the renovation.
Prof John Lee in Andrews 214. This room is currently used for 2D foundations and was the printmaking studio in the 80's.
Prof's Mead, Pease, falk, lee and Barnes speculating why theres no tile in the painting studios ceiling.
Foyer first floor. Notice the open grid ceiling and additional track lighting for exhibitions.
Andrews Gallery. A new and much  improved lighting system for Andrews Gallery