Phase I of The Kentucky School of Craft is housed in a 25,000 square foot historic building which has been completely renovated. The original building housed Hindman High School and was originally dedicated in 1931. Phase II construction/renovation will involve studios for Foundry, Metal and Ceramics.
Wood Studio - over 5,200 square feet including - two faculty office/ studios, tool room, spray/finishing room, tool room and a completely equipped, fully ventilated studio teaching space accommodating 15 students.
Exhibition Hall - approximately 1,000 square feet of gathering/exhibition space.
Administrative Offices/Classrooms - over 2700 square feet of space including - 4 staff offices, conference/seminar room, and additional classroom.
Community Room - 735 square feet designed as a student lounge/snack area.
Inner Court Yard - over 2500 square feet of open-air, court yard space with grass, decorative plantings, and benches.
First Floor Addition - 2000 square feet of space includes student lockers, restroom facilities, mechanical/electrical rooms, stairways and elevator.
Jewelry/Metalsmithing Studio - over 4,500 square feet including - two faculty office/studio spaces, a 1200 sq. ft., completely equipped bench area for 15 students with individual air ventilation at each station, a 775 sq. ft. room for metal forming, 680 sq. ft. room for soldering and casting, 440 sq. ft. lecture/design room plus additional separate rooms for polishing, plating/etching and enameling.
Photo Studio - 450 sq. ft. space for 35mm slide and digital studio photography.
Multi-Purpose Classroom(s)- over 960 sq. ft. of additional classroom space.
Second Floor Addition - 2000 square feet of space includes student lockers, restroom facilities, mechanical/electrical rooms, stairways and elevator.