Facilities: Art History
Most art history classes at The University of Mississippi are taught in a classroom and an auditorium in Meek Hall, while cross-listed art history/classical archaeology classes are taught in a classroom at the University Museum.
Meek 120 has a seating capacity of 50 and is available for art history classes and other uses by the Department of Art throughout the day. It has a multi-media control lectern, a desktop computer, a ceiling-mounted LCD projector, and a 12-foot-wide projection screen.
Meek 138 is an auditorium with elevated seating for 150. It is equipped with a multi-media control lectern, a desktop computer, a ceiling-mounted projector, and a 20-foot-wide projection screen. This space is shared with the Theater Department and is available for art history classes in the mornings.
Room 103 at the University Museum has a seating capacity of 40 and an 8-foot wide projection screen. The courses that are taught in this space also make use of the adjacent ancient Greek and Roman holdings of the museum.