Computer Labs

Computer Labs
Photo description: Students sit in front of computers in the Wolfe center.

The School of Art houses three large computer labs with high-end Macintosh and PC computers and a large variety of up-to-date graphic software.

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Media Cage and Printing (MCaP)

Photo description: A view of the inside of the MCAP lab, which is filled with computers and printers.

The large format digital printing lab, located on the second floor, contains archival inkjet printers so students can get prints of their artwork.

The Art Resource Center houses books, periodicals, posters, videos, DVDs, slides, and photocopiers for faculty and student use.

The Media Cage has equipment such as digital still and video cameras, tools, sewing machines, tripods, TVs, projectors, etc. for checkout by faculty and students.

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Students Working in the Wood shop
Photo description: Students working in the woodshop

The woodshop contains a huge variety of woodworking tools and machinery and can be used by students and faculty.

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Art Education Studio

Photo description: A student sits on the floor, in the process of securing a colorful sheet of paper to a wall.

First year art students have access to studios to create 2d and 3d artworks. The rooms have large tables, sinks, natural light, light tables, spray booths, and more.

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Graphic Design Studios

Graphic Design Studios
Photo description: A view of the inside of the CAVE lab. Half of the lab is filled with computers, and the other half is filled with empty tables and chairs.

The graphic design studios house Macintosh computers, large tables, sinks, natural lighting, critique boards, and light tables for students to create their designs

Hours for the Graphic Design Studio varies by semester, and hours can be found posted beside the door to the studio on the first floor of the Fine Arts Building, across from the elevator in the right wing.

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Painting Studio

Photo description: A man looks up at 3 in progress paintings of abstract shapes.

The painting studio offers natural light, large easels, a stage for life painting, and a separate room for storage. Studios are available whenever classes are not in session, and can be found on the second floor of the Fine Arts Building.

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Drawing Studio

Photo description: A student works on a drawing of a person

The drawing studios contain benches, easels and pinup walls to critique the artwork.

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Photography Studio

Photo description: Two students look at a strip of film

The photography studio house two darkrooms and a processing room for color and black and white photography as well as a shooting studio with professional lighting.

Hours for the Photography Studio vary between semesters, the schedule for studio can be found during the semester beside the Photo Studio doors located on the first floor of the Fine Arts Building.

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Printmaking Studio

Photo description: A student is working in the printmaking studio

The printmaking studio contains facilities for lithography, woodcut, linoleum, silkscreen, intaglio and relief as well as a darkroom with enlargers.

Hours for Printmaking Studio vary between semesters, current hours for the studio can be found beside the Printmaking Studio door on the first floor of the Fine Arts Building.

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Ceramics Studio

Photo description: 3 students work in the ceramics studio

The ceramics studio contains a variety of gas and wood kilns and has the space for wheel throwing and hand building.

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Glass Studio

Photo description: 2 students work in the glass studio

The glass studio contains equipment for working with hot glass and creating stained glass artworks. The facilities is open 24 hours a day.

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Jewelry and Metals Studio

Photo description: Several students gather around a table in the Jewelry and Metals Studio

The jewelry studio is equipped for working with a variety of metals including silver, brass, copper and gold. There is equipment for casting, enameling, forging, electroforming and more.

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Sculpture Studio

Photo description: A student works on a clay sculpture of a human head

The sculpture facility features 12,000 square feet of space with studio lofts complete with a variety of equipment.

For more information, visit theĀ Sculpture Studio facilities page.