In addition to studios for printmaking, sculpture, painting, ceramics, drawing and graphic design, the Augustana University Center for Visual Arts in the Fryxell Humanities Center is home to:
- The Eide/Dalrymple Gallery and Carl Grupp Permanent Collection — Space for showcasing an average of nine exhibits per year and housing AU’s permanent art collection
- The Hovland Center for Liturgical Arts — A repository of information regarding the liturgical art of our region
- Dedicated space for displaying student work in a range of mediums.
Additional exhibition spaces on campus include The Center for Western Studies, which seeks to improve the quality of social and cultural life in the Northern Plains, and has rotating exhibits of regional artists.