The LMU Studio Arts program is based in the Burns Fine Arts Center on LMU’s beautiful main upper campus, with additional computer graphic studios/labs in the Foley Building. Burns is 96,000 sq. ft. mixed-use facility, which contains a variety of studios, lecture halls and lab spaces to provide an exceptional student learning environment. It is the artistic center on campus, home not just to studio arts but to the art history, dance and music departments as well.
LMU’s two art galleries are also part of the Burns Fine Arts Center - the Laband Art Gallery and the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery, where students can exhibit their work and curate shows in both student run and juried exhibitions.