LOCATIONS AND FACILITIES
Address1 N. Fahm St.
Fahm Hall houses the jewelry and objects department, the Fahm Gallery and the Center for Collaborative Learning.
Fahm Hall offers facilities that promote a thorough understanding of the fields of metalwork and jewelry.
Fahm Hall studios create an environment where graduate metals and jewelry students can focus on and sharpen their ideas.
Designs are created for various markets from fine and contemporary jewelry to the costume and fashion jewelry industries.
Metals and jewelry students learn using state-of-the-art machinery as well as traditional processes.
Metals and jewelry students learn the necessary skills to explore precision casting at the Fahm Hall facility.
From sketching to prototyping, metals and jewelry students focus on conceptual thinking, innovation and craftsmanship.