Time-Based Art Program Places + Spaces
In order to create a vital Time-Based Art community, several spaces have been identified specifically for Time-Based Art students:
- Students are expected to maintain an active on-campus studio space. Studio spaces may be reassigned at the end of each year depending on use and need. Unless you need a different type of space for presentation, the SoA faculty grad reviews will be held in your studio. Likewise, instructors will also expect to meet with you in this space at times as well.
- In the designated Melrose rooms, Time-Based Art students can store work or additional materials as needed. Anything stored in these rooms must be clearly labeled and removed at the end of each academic year.
Time-Based Art Lab
Three rooms on the fourth floor of the Art + Architecture building are available for Time-Based Art use.
- The Time-Based Art Lab, located in room 422 on is an open space for use by Time-Based Art students when in the building. It is to be a collaborative work environment as well as used for Time-Based Art courses and meetings as needed. Please be respectful of the space and those who are using it at all times.
- The Projection/Installation Space in room 444 is available for viewing and organizing media and temporary presentations.
- The Computer Lab in room 450 is for Time-Based Art and advanced 4D students. Designated high-end computers with ethernet port access are available.
Any questions or concerns about any of the above spaces should be directed to the current Time-Based Art faculty co-coordinators as soon as possible.
In addition the Time-Based Art students have access to printing facilities via the Graphic Design area:
Graphic Design Resource Room (Rm 341)
The Graphic Design area maintains a room with access to large format printing, B+W & color laser printing and binding materials. Time-Based Art students are able to take advantage of these resources as needed. Please visit the room and acquaint yourself with the printing and pricing structures before printing.
The Media Pool serves primarily faculty of the School of Art, but it is also a School of Art student resource. It is the student’s best source for anything he or she might need to complete an assignment or project. It is located on the 3rd floor, in room 343.