The third floor’s studio space serves TU’s Master of Fine Arts program, making the site a living laboratory of artistic expression for resident talents and visiting professionals.
The state-of-the-art, light-filled studios is available for use by the most advanced graduate students in the School of Art. The space allows for painting, drawing, and mixed media work, giving students room to experiment and collaborate — a first for the program. There is also a print lab with a press and silk screening capabilities. Six graduate students occupy the space and have the opportunity to collaborate, not only with each other, but also with other artists in the Brady Arts District.
Additionally, the Zarrow Center provides working space for advanced graphic design students. Housed here is Third Floor Design, a TU student-operated graphic design enterprise that produces pro bono promotional materials for nonprofit arts and social service agencies. Created in 1994, the student agency matches TU arts students with Tulsa’s nonprofit organizations where they learn the rewards of volunteerism while earning academic credit.
View the third floor architectural rendering.