Both the Interdisciplinary Sculpture and Fiber departments have studio and classroom space in Mount Royal Station.
Mount Royal Station's facilities for students include a a digital fabrication studio (known across campus as dFab), a BioLab, and metalworking foundry.
The Middendorf Gallery is located on the first floor of the Mount Royal Station Building and showcases exhibitions featuring both noted nationally-recognized artists and MICA students.
In addition to independent studios for seniors, Fiber majors have access a weaving loft with large-scale looms, dye kitchen, silkscreen exposure unit, and more.
“The Station Building is the reason I chose the school. It was the perfect environment to explore sculpture and artmaking in general. It was very freeing and a place where you can make things you’re passionate about. It was a combination of the space and the tools provided. And the fact that it was renovated from a train station. It has this rustic feel to it.” - Susan Alvarez ’22, Interdisciplinary Sculpture