Southeast's Department of Art and Design offers a variety of studio spaces. Art studios are open until midnight daily to provide creative flexibility.
2D Foundation Studio
The 2D Foundation Studio is located in the Dobbins Center at the Southeast River Campus. You will find Apple computers, a digital projector with airplay, two and three-dimensional media and equipment, a spray booth, drying racks, storage lockers, and educational resources.
The sculpture studios consist of a metal shop, wood shop, mixed-media studio, in-use gallery, and upper-level sculpture student studios. The metal shop is equipped with arc and MIG welders, plasma cutter, oxy-acetylene torch, chop saw, hydraulic shear, swivel bending machine, slip roll, sand blasting cabinet, and hand tools. The wood shop is equipped with table saw, miter saw, band saw, panel saw, stationary sanders, drill press, drum sander, jointer, lathe, and hand tools. The mixed-media studio is for processes which are less machine intensive, such as found object manipulation, multimedia installation, digital image and sound projection, and performance.
Studio spaces are available for upper-level sculpture students and migration between studios is strongly encouraged.
Located across the street from main campus at 835 Broadway Blvd., Suite 100. The ceramics studio is equipped with 15 electric pottery wheels, a slab roller, three electric kilns, a large gas kiln, a fully stocked glaze room, a ball mill, a large spray booth, and a pug mill. To ensure the safety of students, access to the ceramics studio is limited to only enrolled students with a key card.
The computer studio is equipped with 21, 27-inch iMac computer stations. Each workstation is outfitted with the complete Adobe Creative Suite, Epson Perfection V750, and a Wacom tablet. Students have access to a large-format Epson scanner, color laser printers, Canon DSLR cameras with production equipment, iPads, a ZOOM H4n Handy Recorder microphone, and studio lighting equipment.
Interior Design Computer Lab
Located in the Scully Building, the interior design computer lab is a studio space equipped with fifteen computer stations providing access to software critical to Interior Design student success, including: Revit, Google SketchUp, and the Adobe Creative Cloud.
Interior Design Studio
The interior design studio, located in Scully Building, is also called the drafting lab. This studio space is equipped with several drafting tables, two computers featuring Revit software, a matte/foam core cutting area, and our finish library, which contains up-to-date samples of interior design finishes such as fabric, countertops, and paint. This studio offers plenty of space for collaboration and peer critiques.
Paper, Book, and Fibers Studio
The paper, book, and fibers studio is equipped for bookmaking and off-loom construction.
The drawing studio is equipped for basic, intermediate, and advanced drawing, with a state-of-the-art lighting system, generous display/critique boards, high ceilings, and storage space for student work and supplies.