The Glassell School of Art
The Glassell School of Art, designed by Steven Holl Architects and opened in May 2018, houses students of both the Studio School and Junior School, as well as residents in the Core Program.
Monday–Friday, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Glassell School of Art
The L-shaped building is constructed from nearly 200 sandblasted, pre-cast concrete panels, alternating with panes of glass, in a rhythm of verticals and slight angles.
Highlights of the Glassell School of Art
• Fronts onto The Brown Foundation, Inc. Plaza, which provides ample outdoor space for programs and performances
• A street-level coffee bar for students and the public
• For the first time, all Glassell School of Art students are served under one roof, as the building houses the Junior School, Studio School, and Core Program residents
• The BBVA Roof Garden, a sloping, walkable green roof offering dramatic views of the Sarofim Campus
The closest parking to the Glassell School of Art is the underground parking garage at 5101 Montrose Boulevard, located directly beneath the building. A second parking garage, located at 1144 Binz Street, is also nearby.
► Plan ahead: Before you visit, check mfah.org/parking for a map, parking options, garage hours, and fees.