SCHOOL OF ART LIBRARY
Located on the first floor of the Art building this houses an extensive selection of Photography books and periodicals.
The School of Art Computing Center offers computer facilities, scanners, printers, and some cameras for check-out.
A resource available exclusively for Photomedia majors, our facilities offer lighting equipment, cameras, computers, printers and scanners. Our printers have the capability of printing all sizes including 44 and 64 inch wide prints. Other state-of-the-art video and photographic, and lighting equipment is available for checkout to grad and undergraduate Photomedia students.
STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES
This program offers a unique opportunity to live and study in one of the world’s most fascinating cities. Majors regularly participate in this excellent study abroad opportunity, exploring the city and its culture while developing their own studio work. Shared studio space offers a unique opportunity to work in cross-disciplinary ways with other art students from the UW and Leon.
This new study abroad program is a unique opportunity to study in Leon, Spain with trips to Madrid, Bilbao, and Barcelona. Shared studio space offers a unique opportunity to work in cross-disciplinary ways with other art students from the UW and Leon.
ON CAMPUS CENTERS FOR CLASSES AND RESEARCH
The mission of the Animation Research Labs is to advance the state of the art in animation through research, teaching, and computer-animated production. The ARL is a place where computer scientists, animators, artists, musicians, architects, storywriters, and user-interface designers work together to create new algorithms, systems, and tools for computer animation—and use these advances to create innovative and experimental animated productions, including interactive forms of animation such as web-based animation and games.
The University of Washington Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media is a program that fosters path-breaking collaborations across many disciplines including visual art, music, theater, film, architecture, engineering, design and science.
Henry Art Gallery Study Collection
Photomedia graduate and undergraduate students have study access to the Monsen Study Collection of 19th and 20th century photographs housed at the Henry as well as most of the other holdings in their permanent collection. Visit UW’s Henry Art Gallery for more information.
Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs
Washington State Arts Commission
College Art Association (CAA)
Society of Photographic Education (SPE) a national organization with a northwest regional chapter (SPENW)
Museums & non-profit spaces in the Seattle area
Seattle Art Museum
Seattle Asian Art Museum
Bellevue Art Museum
Center on Contemporary Art
Frye Art Museum
Tacoma Art Museum
Museum of Glass (Tacoma)
Photographic and Video Equipment and Supplies
Darkroom and Digital Facility and Gallery
PCNW Photographic Center Northwest