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    University of Virginia
  Nov 21, 2017
Undergraduate Record 2017-2018

School of Architecture: Facilities

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Campbell Hall, the School of Architecture building, was completed in 1970 and is part of a complex of buildings forming a Fine Arts Center that also includes the Department of Art, the Department of Drama, and the Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library. Campbell Hall provides well-equipped studio work areas, exhibition areas, lecture halls, and seminar rooms. Expansion to Campbell Hall was completed in 2008, adding both classrooms and offices. The building has an extensive technology infrastructure to support teaching and research, including full wireless networking, and fabrication facilities that include a CNC routers, 3D printing, laser cutting, casting, and traditional woodworking.

The Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library, as part of the University of Virginia Library system, serves the McIntire Department of Art, the School of Architecture, and numerous other departments at the University of Virginia. The Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library houses a large collection in many formats: print, electronic resources, digital resources, images, and construction materials. These collections are increased each year by means of allocations for books, periodicals, databases, digital images, etc. Sources of funding include the Commonwealth of Virginia, as well as endowed funds that create annual income designated for use to purchase particular types of materials. The collections cover all aspects related to architecture, landscape architecture, architectural history, urban and environmental planning, archaeology, and the visual and performing arts. The Fine Arts Library provides study areas for patrons seeking both quiet and interactive spaces. These spaces are equipped with access to technology and software that aid in scholarly research and production. In addition, the Fine Arts Library connects patrons to all University Library resources, including government documents, geo-spatial data, maps, rare books and manuscripts, data management resources and more. Staff work with faculty to instruct students in research methodology and resources, and are also available for one-on-one consultations to assist in all aspects of the research cycle— from inspiration through creation and publication.