Digital Fabrication equipment is available to students who have taken Art 3015 (Digital Fabrication), offered in the spring semester, or who have received the necessary training through one of the Art Department Technicians.
Drama rehearsal spaces are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to Department of Drama students and faculty, and to Faculty of Fine Arts Students for class-based rehearsal purposes only as according to the Booking Priority policy.
W420, W480, W401, B570 and W425 (David Spinks Theatre)
W869 and W871 share a large storage area with the Painting Studio (W817), which accommodates both portfolios and storage of 3D work, while W520 is furnished with flat files for storing 2D works and movable shelving for object storage.
The Game Research Lab is a New Media lab space that contains video game consoles, games, TVs, and other miscellaneous equipment. The space is used to support gaming-related courses taught in the Department of New Media.
The photography facilities include a full wet darkroom with regular and mural-format enlargers, a black and white film processing area, as well as a “dry” work space furnished with light table, copy stand, paper cutter, and dry-mounting presses. Lockers in the studio are available for students to use as storage.
The Print Studio (L804) is a spacious studio in which all levels of Printmaking are held. Students can work on a range of techniques including relief printing, intaglio, and lithography. The Silk Screen Studio (W844) is a smaller space where screens are prepared, exposed, and printed.