Ringling College Visual Arts Center

1188 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Way
Sarasota
FL 34234

Ringling College Visual Arts Center

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Long-time friends and supporters of Ringling College, Richard and Barbara Basch once again demonstrated their unwavering commitment to art, design, and education with a generous donation to construct the cutting-edge and architecturally significant Basch Visual Arts Center on campus. Designed by Sweet Sparkman Architects, this center will house the most advanced tools and facilities for woodworking, glass, ceramics, printmaking, photography and digital fabrication, in addition to gallery space for the students, faculty, and community to enjoy. Just as we support our digital designers and artists with the latest, most advanced technology, we will be providing our students with the most professional equipment in the industry to make, experiment, play, and push the boundaries of their work.

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