24 Hour Access to Great Work Spaces
Our students have the privilege of working in several top-notch workspaces across campus.
The ceramics lab contains four electric wheels, seven kick-wheels, four electric kilns, one standard high-fire kiln, a salt-kiln, a raku kiln, and an experimental kiln. There are lockers, two clay mixers, areas and chemicals for making glazes, and senior studio spaces.
The Imaging Studio contains multiple light, prop, and backdrop setups to accommodate indoor portrait or still life photo shoots. Various archival processes are also available.
The Design Room
Includes work tables, lockers for storage, resources for beginning design students. This space is a multi-purpose work room allowing for creativity and freedom of expression.
The studio includes various assorted props for drawing sitting and standing drawing horses, senior studio space, and cabinets and lockers for student supplies.
Media Arts Center (M.A.C.)
The lab is equipped with Macintosh computers, scanners and printers. The lab is configured with Adobe Professional Suite of applications including Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
Each student is given an easel, pallet, and a table in a work space. There are lockers for student supplies and a big cabinet for paintings and supplies. Advanced students receive a larger studio space.
This studio includes two etching presses and a variety of printmaking tools and material. The emphasis in printmaking is on monotype, collagraph, drypoint, relief, and etching as well as exploration of other printmaking and drawing techniques.
Students have the opportunity to use the various welding equipment: acetylene gas and arc welders, along with grinders, drill press, and cutting torch. For woodworking and other sculpture needs a drill press, table saw, chop saw, radial-arm saw, band saw, stomp shear, and various hand tools are available.