Concordia University’s Brommer Art Center houses fabrication facilities, multi-purpose classrooms, media-specific workshops, student and faculty studios, a state-of-the-art computer design lab and exhibition space. Brommer boasts 11 dedicated student studio art spaces. The Marxhausen Gallery of Art, named after Reinhold Marxhausen, the first Concordia art department chair, has hosted more than 40 artists and art professionals on the campus. The gallery hosts a diverse mix of exhibitions, performances, screenings and conversations that aim to bring the campus art community and local residents together. The Center for Liturgical Art is committed to creating art for worship and witness, while advocating for visual arts in Christian life and practice. The center specializes in custom and site-specific artwork. The center was established to create a program to allow students the opportunities to learn what it means to be an artist in the church. Participants should be prepared to walk the campus and use some stairs.