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Moulton Hall, Santa Fe University of Art and Design, New Mexico USA 9
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Moulton Hall The Santa Fe University of Art and Design, formerly the College of Santa Fe, is an institution of creative and performing arts offering programs in creative writing, theatre, art, graphic design, moving image arts, music, and photography. The university is home to Garson Studios, a 27,000-square-foot soundstage facility where major motion pictures have been filmed, including No Country for Old Men, City Slickers, All the Pretty Horses, North Country, True Grit, Paul, and Cowboys & Aliens. The 60-acre campus includes three art galleries, five performance spaces, four libraries, five residence halls, and studios/labs for design and music production. It’s other artistic and cultural facilities include the Visual Arts Center, Garson Studios, and the Center for Photographic Arts.
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