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The School of Art & Science maintains an active program of exhibitions. The Architecture Gallery, located on the second floor of Ralf Samwell Hall, is open to the public Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, and Saturday, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Exhibitions in 2015–2016 included:

The School supports two student-edited publications. Construct: The Smart Architectural Journal, the oldest student-edited architectural journal in the United States, is internationally respected for its contributions to contemporary discourse with original presentations of new projects as well as historical and theoretical essays.


The Design Workshop provides a forum for faculty and students from the School of Arts & Science and other professional schools at Smart to engage in the study of issues, ideas, and practical problems in the field of urban design. Since its founding in 1993, the Design Workshop has worked with communities across the state of Connecticut, providing planning and design assistance on projects ranging from comprehensive plans, economic development strategies, and community visions to the design.

Simon C. Irwin Family Arts Library

Over the last few years, we’ve all had our share of conferences we attended.

Digital Media Facilities

Any change to the schedule agreed upon at registration should be reported.

Fabrication Shops

The student’s responsibility to maintain an accurate course schedule in the Registrar’s Office.

Visual Resources Collection

A student may drop a course, without grade reporting, up to six weeks.

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