Oberlin College and Conservatory

Clarence Ward ’37 Art Building

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The Department of Art occupies two buildings adjacent to the Allen Memorial Art Museum. In the 1937 wing known as Ward Art Building (designed by founding museum director Clarence Ward) are the Fisher Hall student art gallery, art history classrooms, painting and silkscreen studios, and the Visual Resources Collection.

87 North Main Street, Oberlin, OH 44074

Upcoming Events

The Fountain of Grace: Its Commission and the Converso Matters in 15th Century Spain

‘‘The Fountain of Grace: Its Commission and the Converso Matters in 15th Century Spain,” will be presented by Manuel Parada López de Corselas, a postdoctoral...

4/2 4:45pm
The Power of the Center

Please join the art department for a lecture with Laura Battle, artist, painter, and professor of studio art at Bard College. Laura Battle lives in the...

4/16 4:45pm
Fashion’s Profiles: Clothes Shaping Bodies in Renaissance Italy

Please join the art department for a lecture with Timothy McCall, associate professor of art history and director of art history at Villanova...

4/18 5pm
Everything Old Is New Again - An Evening of Screening with Filmmaker Roger Beebe

Please join the art department and filmmaker Roger Beebe for a screening of his films followed by a talk & Q&A session. For the past two decades, Roger...

4/25 7pm

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