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Joan and David Lincoln Ceramic Art Building
Joan and David Lincoln Ceramic Art Building, interior
Katharine Howard Miller ’55 Wing of Bette Cree Edwards ’49 Humanities Building
Inner courtyard of Nan Elizabeth Walsh Schow Hall
Two-student room in Nan Elizabeth Walsh Schow Hall
Proposed design of new dance facility, exterior view
Proposed design of new dance facility, studio space
The Joan and David Lincoln Ceramic Art Building
The Lincoln Ceramic Art Building added much-needed space for ceramic and studio art practices. The 3,000-square-foot building, with 18-foot ceilings, provides flexible and open instructional space for students and faculty.
Katharine Howard Miller ’55 Wing of the Bette Cree Edwards ’49 Humanities Building
The Miller Wing, which opened in fall 2014, contains offices and conference spaces where faculty meet with students, prepare for classes, and conduct research.
Nan Elizabeth Walsh Schow Hall
Designed in harmony with the distinctive Mediterranean style of Scripps’ existing architecture, Schow Hall encompasses more than 35,000 square feet of living and social space, with beds for 110 students. The building is designed to LEED Gold standards, featuring low-flow water fixtures, high-efficiency lighting, ENERGY STAR® appliances, and drip irrigation.
New Dance Facility
Scheduled to be built adjacent to Garrison Theater, the the dance facility is a long-awaited addition to campus and will complete a performing arts complex at Scripps. Connecting dance to offerings in theater, music, and the visual arts, the new building will enable Scripps to host world-class performances and events, positioning the College among the most prominent art institutions in Southern California.