Facilities Furman University


The Thomas Anderson Roe Art Building is one of the first buildings visitors see when they enter the Furman campus. Its impressive size and innovative design are indicative of the importance the university places on the visual arts. For art majors, this is their creative home. The building emphasizes verticality with skylights providing natural light, north side studios, and private studios for undergraduate use. Discover the unique features in our creative space.

Thompson Art Gallery

Explore the work of faculty, students, and artists from around the country in our art gallery. Visit the gallery



  • Thompson Gallery
    Thompson Gallery
  • Sculpture
    Sculpture
  • Painting
    Painting
  • Loft
    Loft
  • Facilities
    Facilities
  • Digital Photography
    Digital Photography
  • Design Studio
    Design Studio
  • Darkroom
    Darkroom
  • Ceramics Studio
    Ceramics Studio

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