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Abstract Wood Sculpture Studio, FAB
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This panorama was taken in the Fine Arts Building (FAB) on the North Campus of the University of Alberta. This image shows the abstract (wood) area of the studio that is mostly used by 300 level abstract sculpture students. This studio also has areas designated for the creation of metal, plaster, and clay sculptures.

FAB is also home to a number of other studios including: Printmaking, Painting, and Visual Communication Design. This building also contains FAB Gallery, Art History Lecture Theatres, the Department of Art & Design, the Department of Drama, and the Department of Music.

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Uploaded: 29/03/2012
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