San Marco

Originally a Quonset hut purchased from the military after World War II, this building contains four art studios. Named after the Convent of San Marco in Florence, Italy, where the Dominican Fra Angelico painted his famous frescoes in the 15th century, it is fitting that beautiful works of art are routinely created here. Ceramics, watercolor, painting and sculpting classes provide students with the opportunity to produce art and later put it on display in the San Marco Gallery located in the Archibishop Alemany Library

San Marco