Phillips Hall houses classroom studios with the latest equipment and technologies. Among the highlights are:
Ceramics Studio: a large outdoor kiln which allows students to create large ceramic sculptural work.
Painting: a beautiful well-lit space with high windows.
Graphic Design: IMacs with the latest software students need to transition easily into the workplace.
Photography: Outfitted for both traditional and digital photographic work.
Printmaking: This area has 3 etching presses (2 Griffin presses and 1 Rembrandt press), and 2 lithography presses, including a new Takach press.
Art History: the Jerri Jones Lecture hall (Rm. 211) has the latest in digital projection equipment.
Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education: located in the center of the downtown Brady District, a dynamic arts anchor serving The University of Tulsa's School of Art, Division of Lifelong Learning and the Gilcrease Museum. The three-story Zarrow Center spans 18,000 square feet and has been renovated to include classrooms, art studios, work space for 3rd Floor Design, gallery space and a reception area.
The first floor features gallery space where the public can enjoy exhibitions of artwork by TU students as well as temporary exhibits from Gilcrease Museum throughout the year.