Formerly the Cannon Shoe Factory, the Fox Building is named for Charles James Fox ’1884, Fox Building is home to the Ceramics and Illustration departments, and houses classrooms for Painting and Drawing. Illustration.
Students from all disciplines can access the Fox Wood Shop once they have completed a course that taught tool usage such as Intro to Wood, Intro to Sculpture, or FYE - Form and Space.
The Meyerhoff Gallery is home to major exhibitions by local, national, and internationally known artists. It is one of a number of sites for the annual Faculty, First Year Experience, and Commencement exhibitions.
Cafe Doris is a popular spot for students, faculty, and staff, as well as community members visiting the Meyerhoff and Decker galleries.
“My favorite place on campus is the fourth floor of Fox building at 7:30 p.m. If you stand there and look out the glass windows, the sun will be setting right on these houses, and the light will come in just perfectly so you can see the entire campus in a golden glow.” - Fernando Osuna Martinez ’22, Illustration + Humanistic Studies