The Weitz Center is home to tons of action here at Carleton. From dance classes to computer science courses, the Weitz hosts much of the creative technology and space needed. Here is a look at some of the Weitz's airy expanses.
A huge lounge space invites students to study or socialize on cozy chairs all within a few steps of food at the Cafe.
Large windows in a corridor in the Weitz allows for plenty of natural light to flood the space.
The same is true for many of the lounge spaces on the various floors, and makes the spaces feel even bigger than they are.
The creative spaces used/established in the building are reflected in the architecture and geometry of the building.
The dance studio, complete with lighting, and rollout seating (not shown) for performances.
The entrance to the drawing studio located in the Weitz.
The natural light flooding the drawing studio is perfect for creating shadows without wasting extra power, and keeps the space feeling alive.
Cubbies in the corridor hold students' supplies with work standing opposite of them.
Theres more Weitz photos to come, so even if you're seeing this now check back for updates!
Here are some scenes from Sayles
Students studying in upper-Sayles, which is also dominated by windows.
Popcorn Fridays are run by the CSA and provide free popcorn to anyone who wants it!
Tabling in Sayles usually takes place during common time (a block in the day between 12-1 PM), and is used by organizations, teams, and basically anyone looking to get the word out about something or fundraise.
The Friday Flowers booth is a popular destination during common time. Usually a lot of other groups are out in this space...but Fridays are for flowers.