RCAH Art Studio

Creativity Lives Here

RCAH has its own art studio, home to many of the College’s creative workshops.

Two pairs of hands sort through zines and paper on a paint-covered table.

Virtual Hours

The Art Studio is serving students remotely using Teams. The Snyder-Phillips location is closed during Fall 2020.

Student consultants are ready for remote consultations Sunday through Thursday 1-11 p.m. and Friday noon to 5 p.m. on media, design, and art projects via RCAH Teams.

Contact Marcus Fields at fieldsm9@msu.edu or 517-884-6001 for questions related to the Art Studio.

Connect with the RCAH Art Studio

Teams: RCAH Teams
Instagram: @rcahartstudio
Facebook: @RCAHArtStudioatMSU

RCAH Art Studio

Located on the terrace level of Snyder Hall, the RCAH Art Studio is a creative space where students can work on a wide range of art projects, including drawing, painting, sewing, as well as screen printing, letterpress printing, linocut printing. RCAH students are invited to drop in during open hours to work on creative projects of their own choosing—or just to hang out. Peer consultants (RCAH students with an interest in art) are on hand to help!

Please come down during open hours to hang out with creative RCAH students, have a cup of coffee, and make something! We often have visiting artists, special workshops, and fun events—so follow us on Facebook and Instagram to stay connected.

Art Supplies

The Art Studio provides students with a wide range of free supplies: markers, crayons, colored pencils, pastels, watercolor paints, acrylic paints, paper, cardstock, scissors, glue, foam, and more for students to experiment with. Screen printing and letterpressing are two forms of expression that occur frequently in the Art Studio, and there are papers, inks, and screens available to use.

Letterpress

RCAH is fortunate to have several letterpress printers. Drop in on Thursday evenings to work with our master printer, Arie Koelewyn. Arie can teach you to print the way Guttenberg did!

A drawer of metal type pieces. Two students stand in a studio space, working at a table to dye fabric. A diverse group of students stand with Professor Cindy Hunter-Morgan as she explains a zine in the studio space, rows of wooden drawers visible in the background.