For many people, NYIT's Sculpture Barn seems like a secret space at the edge of the Old Westbury campus, between the baseball field and the medical school buildings. Its mystique goes back to at least the '70s. For example, see this The Campus Slate reference to "strange sculpture":
In fact, the Sculpture Barn is a large studio space with high ceilings and lots of tables and equipment. Fine arts students work with their hands to cut, shape, mold, and build art. Some faculty members hold office hours there as well. On a 2015 photo shoot of "hidden gems" at NYIT campuses, a photographer snapped this photo that shows the studio's enduring rustic beauty:
This content is part of The Box's "60 Years in 60 Days" series in celebration of NYIT's 60th anniversary in 2015.