The Painting area is located in two areas on the second floor of Meek Hall, including the main teaching room and an area designated for individual studio space for advanced undergraduate painters. Also located on the second floor are four graduate student painting studios.
The main teaching room (rooms 216 & 218) is designated for teaching of Beginning and Intermediate Painting. Items used in the space include easels, taborets, storage cabinets for still life props, a locking cabinet for hazardous materials, collection receptacles for liquid and solid hazardous waste, an air spray booth, a sink for cleanup, an eyewash station, a tool storage box, and student storage shelves (36 spaces).
The advanced undergraduate painting area (room 220) is used by 7 to 11 students over the course of a semester. Furnishings include a locking hazardous material cabinet, a cleanup sink, eyewash, storage cabinets for props and supplies, easels, taborets, and a collection receptacle for solid hazardous waste material.
Each graduate painting studio (rooms 207, 211, 213, & 215) is provided with storage shelves, easels, taborets, and a window exhaust fan.