The Holden Gallery offers several exhibits each year including student and faculty shows. The Holden Visual Arts Center also includes an auditorium, a printmaking studio, 3 darkrooms, and an artist book/paper making studio. Next to the Holden Visual Arts Center is the sculpture and ceramics facility. This annex is a 2,000 square foot building housing fully equipped ceramics and sculpture studios, including a high fire stoneware gas kiln, and raku and electric kilns. Stone carving, bronze casting, wheel thrown and handbuilt pottery, and ceramic sculpture are some of the skills taught in this area. New as of 2003-2004 academic year is the Lucy T. Fletcher studio building. This facility houses painting and drawing studios, and adds a woodworking shop, studios for senior students and an outdoor metal foundry and welding station for the sculpture program. This new building adds over 5,700 square feet of studio space.