Bryant Arts Center

Established
1904
Overview
Bryant Arts is home to the departments of Studio Art and Art History/Visual Culture. The building boasts studios, a foundry, classrooms and computer lab.
History & Architecture
Built in 1904 as a men’s gymnasium, Bryant Arts had many lives before it became the amazing arts center that it is today. The building originally contained an auditorium named Sherwin Hall, Swasey gymnasium, a library, general meeting rooms and a swimming pool.
Building Style
Jeffersonian Federal Revival style in brick and stone.

What's Happening Here

Em Rooney

Art faculty debuts at MoMA

Em Rooney, a visiting assistant professor of studio art at Denison, is among the artists debuting in a new MoMA exhibit, “Being: New Photography 2018.”

Artist Talk: Lauren Mabry

Ceramic artist Lauren Mabry will be giving a talk at Bryant Arts Center 305, on Wednesday, January 25th at 6:30pm. It is free and open to the public.

A screening of “Outrage"

Denison's Queer Night presents a screening of "Outrage," a documentary investigation of the anti-gay legislators who are themselves in the closet.

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The Arts at Denison

For the majority of our students, the arts play an integral role not only in their college experience, but also in the rest of their lives.

'Everything references art'

Hunter Hughes ’14 is headed for an architectural internship in NYC, where his background in sculpture may become the cornerstone of a new career.

Melissa Vogley Woods

Artist Melissa Vogley Woods maintains a diverse multidisciplinary practice that crosses between painting, drawing, sculpture, video and installation.

Denison Student Art Collective

The DU Art Collective is a campus student organization that strives to bring community building art activities to campus and to the local communities.