Comiskey Art Center
The Comiskey Art Center is the central space for Fine Arts on campus. In addition to a theater classroom, the center features painting, drawing, printmaking and ceramics studios, as well as office spaces and classrooms for graphic design, watercolor painting, and mixed media. The Center also contains a state-of-the-art Macintosh computer lab for graphic design, digital art, and computer music courses. In addition, there is a gallery space used for display of student class work, critiques and senior thesis exhibitions. The Comiskey Art Center is named in honor of Professor Edward J. Comiskey, who served as director of the Saint Anselm theater group, the Abbey Players, for 35 years.
South Alumni Hall
Fine Arts spaces in Alumni hall include faculty offices, a music lab, a photography classroom and darkroom, and an art gallery.
Dana Center Music Facilities
Students have access to 8 individual practice rooms in the Dana Center, each equipped a new Yamaha upright piano. Each of the classrooms has a grand piano: one new Yamaha grand piano and a Steinway grand piano. The piano lab contains 15 electronic pianos. An electronic pedal organ is also available for students to practice on.
The music recording studio is outfitted with two computer stations, one running Pro Tools and the other running Finale. (Both Finale and Sibelius are available in the music lab in South Alumni Hall.)