Crisp Visual Arts Center
The Rosemary Berkel Crisp and Harry L. Crisp II '53 Visual Arts Center is a dedicated teaching/learning environment for the visual arts. The renovated building – which formerly housed the Eppley Hall of Science – is home to 15 pottery wheels and three kilns, a film darkroom with 14 enlargers, two art galleries, an auditorium, classrooms, a Mac computer lab with 14 stations, and faculty offices.
The CVAC also features the Deer-Zink and Wolfe Galleries, allowing Culver students and staff to see their work in a professional exhibit space as well as allowing displays of Culver’s broad and varied art collections.
The Toots Henderson Auditorium is a state-of-the-art space that acts as a versatile area for academic classes, campus meetings, and special events.