Time-Based Art + Cinema Studies
Installation and Production Spaces
- A+A 422: The Time-Based Art Lab is an open space for use by Time-Based Art students. It is to be a collaborative work environment, and is used for courses and meetings as needed. Please be respectful of the space and those who are using it at all times.
- A+A 435A: Documentation room is available to all School of Art students, with green screen available upon request. Visit the Media Pool (A+A 343) to check out the documentation room in four-hour increments.
- A+A 444: Projection/installation space is available for viewing and organizing media and temporary presentations.
- A+A 448: Analog-to-Digital room with 16mm film editing equipment, VHS and 16mm digital capture capabilities, audio recording, and podcasting equipment. Requires special permission and training.
For Graduate 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 faculty grad reviews will be held in your studio. Likewise, instructors will expect to meet with you in this space at times.
- In the designated 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.
The 3D Makerspace, the Media Pool, and an Adobe-equipped Mac lab with 25 computers (in A+A 345), are all available to use.