Students MUST be enrolled in a Film Studies class to have access to equipment and labs. Students MUST receive training before being authorized to use equipment, labs, and any other additional Film Studies facilities.
Students are provided with all of the equipment needed to produce their film projects.
The Equipment Room is a space for reserving and checking in/out Film Studies equipment. This space is managed by the Media Technology and Equipment Specialist, Katie Martin, and operated with assistance from student workers. Their goal is to maintain this equipment and coordinate its use by Film Studies Department students, faculty, and staff.
Equipment is a shared resource, and it is the priority of the Equipment Room to support an equal and fair opportunity for the use of this equipment.
Hours: Monday-Friday, Check-in: 9am- 11:30am Check-out: 12pm-1:45pm
Location: Media Arts Center, rear loading dock
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Students are provided with all of the computer hardware and software needed to produce their film projects.
Labs are located in the Media Arts Center in rooms 142, 144, and 169. Labs are accessed with door codes that are distributed by instructors; the Media Arts Center is accessible during hours of general operation and is accessible after hours for students with swipe access only. Swipe access must be activated at the start of each semester by Campus Safety.
FOOD + DRINKS ARE NOT ALLOWED IN LABS
MAC General Operation: Monday – Friday, 7am – 4:30pm
MAC Swipe Access: Monday – Friday, 4:30pm – 11:45pm + Saturday – Sunday, 7am – 11:45pm
Other Film Studies facilities in the MAC include: Capstone Editing Suites (Avid, Adobe Creative Cloud), Recording and Mixing Suite (narration mic, ProTools, PluralEyes), Stop-Motion Animation Suite (DragonFrame), 16mm film Editing Suite (Steenbeck Flatbed), and the Green Screen Studio (green screen, lighting grid).
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