This single workstation studio is an advanced digital audio and video post-production system focused primarily on multi track audio via Pro-Tools. Graduates and advanced level users have the ability to post produce multi track audio and video including 5.1 surround sound tracks. This studio is open to graduate level users, visiting artists and advanced select undergraduate students.
This gallery space is used to display a large array of Art works from students, faculty and visiting artist ranging from traditional 2d paintings and prints to Multi Media interactive installations.
This facility is setup to support high performance scanning, printing, drafting, and some video editing via 11 Macintosh workstations for undergraduate courses, special lectures, and other special events.
This studio supports all basic and advanced level drawing and painting courses and activities. Pedestals, drawing boards and subject stands are all available in the studio.
The Equipment Room provides AV equipment for all Arts department courses, special events and research.
The "black box studio suite" is a three-room system designed to accommodate live audio and video recordings, small concerts, lectures, and other special events. DCC 174 is the large black box space, which allows for the staging of performances and installations.
This is an undergraduate electronic music classroom used for the teaching and production of electronic computer music and other special audio and interactive art topics courses. The workstations consist of Apple Mac Pro Towers with Pro Tools Mbox Pro Interfaces. A full suite of software consist of LIVE 9 Suite, MAX/MSP, Reason 6, Pro Tools 11, Audacity and other programs.
This place is a 6 workstation non-linear video post production studio with DVD authoring capabilities that supports courses in both Intermediate and Advanced Video as well as some topics courses.
This suite contains the Epson Pro 9900 large format archival printer operated by print production coordinator.
This is a high definition audio/video post production facility consisting of an Apple Mac Pro station, 5.2 Surround Sound monitoring system and a full suite of AV software consisting of Live 9 suite, Adobe CS6 Master suite, MAX/MSP 6, Reason 6, and soon to be installed Pro Tools 11 HD.
This lab is a large multipurpose classroom that supports lectures and courses such as Media Studio Imaging and Digital Filmaking, as well as special presentations and installations. iMac desktop computers, HD Projection, HD Monitors for student laptops, writing tablets, Scanners and work tables.
This room supports Graduate seminars, lectures, topics courses and special presentations.
This room is for more traditional style lecture arrangements and supports a variety of courses and presentations.
The Multi Media studio is ready to support a variety of multi channel sound field projects and courses. This studio is a black space environment. A pipe grid allows for the rigging of sound speakers, projection systems, lighting and other audio video equipment. This studio includes high speed network connectivity with multiple network connections. An LCD Projection system is installed and ready for use from either a laptop or the rooms main desktop computer.
During the Fall and Spring academic terms, the Arts Department is able to offer selective access to piano practice rooms in West Hall, to students, faculty, and staff.
The sculpture studio is used for students enrolled in sculpture courses and lab sessions. The studio is outfitted with a variety of sculpture stands, tools and raw material for creation of unique art pieces.
VAST (Visualization, Animation, Simulation Technology) Studio is an advanced digital imaging and animation lab, consisting of 20 animation workstations equipped with dual monitors.