A small computer lab is available at the Ceramic and Metal Arts building and provides a work space for all students taking courses at the CMA. It has 24-hour access and can be used to work on digital projects with the same suite of software tools found in all School of Art, Art History, and Design (SOAAHD) computing labs.
The CMA computer lab has two Apple iMac workstations, scanning equipment, and laser printer
The CMA has an extensive variety of kilns, digital equipment, and ceramic/metal art tools available for use, and some for check out, while at the facility.
Students are responsible for repair or replacement costs related to damage, theft, or loss of all equipment checked out from the SoACC. This includes digital cameras and digital video cameras. Please be careful with these devices so that they continue to be available for use.
All personal work must be saved on your student Dante account, UW Drive, USB mini-drive, CD/R, CD/RW, DVD-R disks, or external hard drive. If you need assistance with systems or software in the lab please see one of the lab monitors.
COMPUTER LAB POLICIES
Policies regarding use of the School of Art Computing Labs can be found here