Korver Visual Arts Center
Artists need space and freedom to experiment. The Korver Visual Arts Center has 10 studios for ceramics, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture. It also includes a computer lab/studio for graphic design students.
Studios and creative tools
Korver Center studios have expansive windows that let in natural north light. The studios include easels, drawing tables and cubicles for student work, and art students have lockers for storing work and supplies. Students also have access to a wide range of artistic tools, including:
- Electric throw wheels and kick wheels
- Gas and raku kilns
- Glaze spray and sand-blasting stations
- Intaglio and lithography presses
Te Paske Gallery
The centerpiece of the Korver Arts Center is the Te Paske Gallery, which hosts monthly exhibitions by professional and student artists. Northwestern also maintains its own fine art collection of master works.