Andrews Hall is the main building for Art and Art History. It is behind PBK Hall on Jamestown Road. It is a 2 story building with lecture halls, seminar rooms, faculty offices, and art studios (including a foundry and architecture studio). The Main Office and the Office of the Department Chair (Rooms 208 and 208b) are located on the second floor.
Visual Resource Center
Located on the second floor of Andrews Hall the Visual Resource Center primarily supports the daily teaching and ongoing research of faculty and students. The image collection currently numbers approximately 46,000 digital images that have been locally and commercially produced. The collection encompasses images used by the Art History & Studio Art faculty and are available to the entire W&M college community through the digital image database WMdid.
Matoka Art Studios
Overlooking the lake, the Matoaka Studio houses a 1000 sq ft drawing studio and 1000 sq ft printmaking studio. Both studios boast a balcony and a 2 story windowed wall that overlooks lake Matoka. This building also houses five 600 sq ft faculty studios.
The Ceramics Studio, aka the Old Power Plant, is behind Undergraduate Admissions on Jamestown Road. It's a beautiful rustic space that has state of the art facilities for hand-building and wheel-throwing clay arts.
The Andrews Gallery, located in the ground floor hallway is next to the large lecture auditorium, Andrews 101. It showcases current work in the various media and studio areas taught at the College, including ceramics, painting, drawing, printmaking, architecture, and sculpture. During the school year, the Gallery features exhibitions of invited artists, along with regular exhibitions of work by students and new faculty in the Art & Art History Department.
Located at the heart of the new campus, Swem Library is just across the courtyard from Andrews Hall. It boasts a Media Center with state of the art editing suites, a recording studio and a full complement of editing software.