Due to the great importance of the infrastructure and equipment needed for teaching the theoretical and practical academic requirements of the three specializations, the Faculty provides 23 studios, seven computer labs, an acoustics lab, a silkscreen lab, a ceramics workshop, a photography lab and a model making lab, in addition to a large studio for Fine Arts, a carpentry and metal workshop and a permanent exhibition hall for students’ projects.
The Faculty encourages the teaching staff towards scientific research including attending international conferences. It also offers scholarships to distinguished graduates for further studies in distinguish universities internationally.
The Faculty is open to the local community through students’ projects that are mainly related to are directed to satisfy the present and futuristic needs and aspirations of the society. It also forms assessment committees (Juries) composed of highly specialized people in their fields, from within and outside the Faculty to evaluate students’ proposed projects objectively and impartially.
The Faculty holds art exhibitions for its students, academic members reflecting their diverse schools of art. This would present a clear picture of the cultural variety and the artistic richness of the Faculty.