Just weeks after the 2008 flood ravaged the arts campus, the University of Iowa School of Art and Art History’s numerous studio arts disciplines found themselves together beneath one roof. Although this situation of solidarity is one that creates community, it was taking place in a facility most recently used to sell nails, light bulbs, power tools, and everything else one might need to improve house and home.

The collaborative atmosphere forged at Studio Arts (the former Menards building on Highway 1 in Iowa City) will soon be found in a state-of-the-art facility—an exciting prospect for students and faculty alike.

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Iowa Now