Digital Media Labs
The Digital Media Lab (DML) is a consortium between the Departments of Art Practice, Film & Media, Music, and Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies (TDPS). It proudly functions as a model of interdepartmental initiatives to support curricular development and digital media on campus. Art Practice facilities include dedicated digital photography, video editing, sound, green screen, and mixed-use performance spaces. Access to these spaces is reserved to students enrolled in Media Production classes who pay a lab fee of $60.00 per semester for expendables, and to graduate students in Art Practice.
Kroeber Hall Kr 275 was completely overhauled from a library and became operational in 2013 as a dedicated digital photography lab, complete with projection facilities, 22 computer workstations, an Epson flatbed and photo scanner, and two Epson digital printers, including one 44 inch large format plotter. An equipment check-out office is adjacent, with a range of digital cameras, portable lighting, tripods. Dillon Thomas is the studio technician.
Kroeber Hall Kr 285 has been used primarily for video and photo shoots, with ceiling-mounted projection, blackout blinds, a green screen, and LED studio lighting.
Game Design Lab
Kroeber Hall Kr 295 is set up as a digital editing lab, with an independent sound-recording booth. Unity game development, After Effects video editing, and Audacity sound editing happens here, and students have 24-hour access to this facility.