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Haynes Hall

Haynes Hall holds studios for printmaking, sculpture, painting, metalsmithing, drawing and ceramics. The Helen Copeland Gallery ( open: week days, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.) is on the second floor. Works by students, faculty and guest artists are regularly exhibited.

Haynes Hall, home of the School of Art, was named for photographer Jack Haynes who’s most noted for his work in Yellowstone National Park. Built in 1974 for $4.1 million, the Creative Arts Complex consists of Haynes, Cheever and Howard Halls and houses the College of Arts and Architecture and the department of agriculture and technology education.

 Haynes Hall

Handicapped Access at all main doors and through the elevator between Cheever and Haynes Halls

Upcoming events in the Haynes Hall

Wild Rose Abstract
Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Wild Rose Abstract, is an exhibition which will celebrate five current abstract painters residing in Alberta. The artists are Scott Cumberland, Douglas Haynes, Poul Nielsen, Robert Scott and Yulin Wang. All are committed to the painting process and range from Douglas Haynes, an early practitioner of abstraction in Alberta to Scott Cumberland a recent MFA graduate in painting.