Designed by Ralph Calder & Associates prior to merging with DMA, the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Gallery houses some of the most significant works of this world-renowned sculptor's career. Fredericks' white plaster casts--part ofthe bronze molding process--populate both the interior and exterior of the naturally-lit gallery. The reception, archival, and storage areas are adjacent to the majestic main gallery space. As the music and visual arts facility for the University, the adjoining Arbury Fine Arts Center contains a second naturally-lit gallery for the display of student work as well as music practice and performance rooms. The 58,200-sq.ft. art center was the recipient of a 1989 M Award for Excellence in Masonry Design from the Masonry Institute of Michigan and the Michigan Society of Architects.
- Size 58,200 SF