Studios The graduate studios are located in the Morgan Building, the Franklin Annex, and the Duhring Wing of the Furness Fine Arts Building. The undergraduate majors have studios in Addams Hall.
Printmaking The print shop is a fully staffed studio for silk screen, letterpress, relief, monoprint, etching, drypoint, Riso, and photo-print processes located in the Morgan Building.
Sculpture Resources for sculpture and built projects include large, well-equipped shops with facilities for wood, clay, welding, plaster, laser cutting, vacuform, 3D printing, 3D scanning, 3D survey equipment, CNC milling, welding, and metal fabrication, as well as excellent computer labs.
Photography Photo resources include large-format archival digital inkjet printers, Hasselblad Flextight film scanner, a film recorder, medium and large format cameras, conventional wet photography labs, medium format digital Hasselblad, high resolution dslr cameras, and strobe kits.
Video and Sound In addition to professional grip equipment such as dollys and small jib-cranes, the equipment center loans high-definition video and dslr cameras, microphones, portable sound recorders, and grip and lighting equipment. Penn also has an extraordinary motion-capture laboratory in the Engineering School.
Clay The clay studios in Addams Hall include both gas and electric kilns with the flexibility of low fire and high fire techniques as well as a plaster moldmaking and slip-casting facilities.
Library Some of the greatest resources of the University are its Libraries. Students in the program often make use of the Fisher Fine Arts Library, the Music Library, the Architectural Archives, the Van-Pelt Library, the Rare Book & Manuscript Library, and the many of the electronic resources subscribed to by the University.