UNT's Fashion Design facilities

Excellent facilities

UNT's College of Visual Arts and Design occupies 155,000 square feet in seven buildings, including:

  • specialized classrooms
  • studios
  • galleries
  • computer labs

The 90,000-square-foot Art Building houses:

  • classrooms
  • computer labs
  • studios
  • a sculpture workshop
  • art galleries
  • the Visual Resources Center
College of Visual Arts & Design General Access Computer Lab

UNT has well-equipped studios in all areas and new facilities for drawing, interior design and painting. New technology for all fields is an ongoing focus. The college's six computer labs feature state-of-the-art hardware and software, including:

  • 3-D modeling
  • digital imaging
  • multimedia
  • animation
  • web design
College of Visual Arts & Design atrium

The UNT Art Galleries (Art Building) presents curatorial and installation projects of vanguard contemporary art that challenge and promote discourse. The Lightwell and North Galleries feature student work in weekly exhibitions.

Cora Stafford Gallery (Oak Street Hall) is a bi-level exhibit space focusing on MFA exhibitions and class projects.

Texas Fashion Collection (Scoular Hall) is a unique museum-quality collection of more than 20,000 garments. The collection includes couture works by Armani, Balenciaga, Chanel and many others.

PRINT Press (Oak Street Annex) hosts printmaking workshops and visiting artists.

Design Research Center (downtown Dallas) serves as an urban laboratory where graduate students develop design-driven solutions to contemporary problems. The center opened in 2011.