Frick Fine Arts Building

The Frick Fine Arts Building is home to the Studio Art and History of Art and Architecture Departments. This academic building was gifted by Helen Clay Frick in memory of her father, Henry Clay Frick. The interior was modeled after a Roman villa and contains several classrooms, an auditorium, art galleries, cloister area, and a fine art library.  

Room 125 Auditorium

An auditorium that can accommodate medium to large events.

Frick Fine Arts Cloister Area

An open event space that can be used for receptions.

Additional Spaces

The Frick Fine Arts Building also has several classrooms that can be can used for conferences and events.

Note: University classes take priority and many classrooms have low availability during the fall and spring semesters.