Our studios are lofty and open, bright and comfortable. Labs and workshops are well-resourced with the tools of both modern and traditional craft processes. And each program has its own home base of classrooms, workshops, studios, resource rooms, and exhibit spaces, with all the specialized technology and tools to support your studies.
Located on the second floor, the Kendall Library houses a vast and easily accessible art and design collection including books, periodicals, slides, videotapes, and more. Resources are also available that hold digital information and images for a wide range of fields in art and design, art history, the humanities, and the liberal arts. You can also gain access to the FerrisNet library catalog, and art and design databases.
An inspiration and research resource for innovative material solutions, containing 300 display samples and a database subscription of more than 5,000 different materials.
Digital Fabrication Lab
Kendall's Digital Fabrication Lab helps students harness and direct contemporary technology through advanced CAD modeling, stereoscopic projection and visualization, and much more.
The Kendall Bookstore is located on the lower level of our main building and carries all required textbooks and course-related materials including art supplies. In addition, the bookstore stocks hundreds of non-required books, study aids, Kendall-imprinted clothing and gifts, greeting cards, posters, calculators, snacks, and office and personal supplies.
The Baker Furniture Collection Study (commonly called "The Study") provides a central place for students to explore furniture and decorative arts from around the world — ancient, modern, and everything in between.