Warren Art Building
808 East College, Jefferson City, TN 37760
The Warren Art Building was named in memory of Dr. James T. Warren, president of the college from 1927 until his death in January 1948. During the fall of 1972, the 16,188 square foot building was completely renovated and equipped for use by the art department. Carson-Newman's Art Department is a vibrant, growing department, full of energetic artists and scholars. The Warren Art building is a hub for the creative arts that includes art studios, classrooms, a graphic design lab, photographic studios, and the Omega Art gallery.