This tiered screening room seats 49 comfortably and features a 12-foot screen and Dolby® Surround with two 18" subwoofers. Nearly all TV/Video/Film history and seminar courses are taught in this room since it is well suited to bring motion pictures to life.
Most studio courses end projects with a critique. The critique space is located in the semi-public atrium of the building under massive skylights. Generous amounts of wall space allow for either large work, multiple pieces of work to be displayed simultaneously.
There are 12 iMac workstations in the 24/7 homework lab. Media Arts students can use their freedom cards to gain access through the side entrance of the building any time, day or night. Facilities with 24/7 access include the homework lab, print/prep room and the multipurpose studio.
Need a place to relax? Enjoy this quiet area opposite the general purpose classrooms that features comfortable seating, power outlets for charging, and ample wifi.
The newest dining facility on campus offers hot food (11a-2p weekdays), prepackaged items, and a fantastic atmosphere created by the island fireplace and LED lighting effects. This a great place to grab a bite when you have back-to-back studio classes.
Generously donated by the Snee-Reinhardt Charitable Foundation, the Media Arts House is a living/learning center that features a studio apartment, small conference room, flexible studio space, and a 20-seat screening room. It's an ideal facility for visiting artists, designers and filmmakers whether it's an overnight or semester-long stay, and it's a five minute walk from the Wheatley Center.