Arts & Humanities Building - Taylor II Replacement Building
The Arts and Humanities Building, when complete, will be a state of the art teaching and learning space, which includes space for galleris, music, theatre, dance, recording arts, and informal collaboration. The existing Taylor Hall and modular buildings Yuba II were removed to make way for this exciting new building. This new facility will be approximately 61,000 assignable square feet. This location is an important one as it is a cornerstone and gateway of the campus, as well as it borders the City and downtown businesses.
- Estimated Total Project Budget: $58,384,000
- Construction Start Date: November 2013
- Estimated Construction End Date: Spring 2016
Arts & Humanities Building Public Art Project
Five artists/artists teams have been invited to develop proposals for a public art project to be installed on the 2nd Street side of the new Arts & Humanities Building. To view the artists’ proposals and submit comments, follow this link. The Campus Public Arts Committee, comprised of appointed faculty and staff, will review the submitted proposals and recommend a finalist to the Campus Planning Committee in late October. The selected finalist will be announced in early November. The project is scheduled for installation in 2016.