The Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture (FADA) building, situated on the Bunting Road Campus of the University of Johannesburg, plays host to a variety of general and specialist venues where the practical and theoretical components of all Faculty programmes are taught.
The entrance to the FADA Building with the FADA Gallery on the left.
Well-equipped formal lecture venues are placed centrally in the building and are shared among departments and programmes.
Views of the Main Auditorium.
There are also five smaller lecture theatres in the FADA building
The Faculty also has its own fully equipped and dedicated art and design library and is the home of the FADA Gallery which hosts a range of important exhibitions of relevance to the Faculty’s teaching programs.
The FADA Gallery
Warren Siebrits & Willem Boshoff at the opening of Boshoff’s 2011 Prestigious Alumni Exhibition Setups and Upsets
The Department of Visual Art offers spacious, well lit, maintained and equipped studios and workshops.
Designed according to discipline-specific requirements, there are studios for painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, computer applications, photography and videography. There are also independent studios for 3rd year and 4th year students in close proximity to printmaking, computer and workshop facilities.
Jaco van den Heever conducting a crit with the 1st year Drawing class
Jenny Pomeroy (tutor) conducting a Painting class with the 2nd years
The Department’s Takach Etching Press – The pride and joy of Printmakin
A student inspects an intaglio print on the drying rack in the Printmaking Studio.
The extensive Sculpture Studio convenienty adjacent to the exterior Casting Balcony and the Workshop
Exterior Casting Balcony Area:
The Sculpture Casting Balcony
3rd Year Studios:
Views of a section of the 3rd year studios.
4th Year Studios:
Gordon Froud conducts a crit in the 4th Year Studios
A view of the computer studio in which Digital Photography, Videography and general computing and research is conducted
The plotter printer in the Department’s digital studios