Completed in 2012, the Wheatley Center is the new home for the School of Communications and Information Systems. This custom-designed facility provides Media Arts with all-new classrooms, studios, labs, and workshops needed to deliver the curriculum for the design and photography concentrations (TV/Video facilities still housed in the Academic Media Center in Patrick Henry).
The Wheatley Center is truly a destination that students can call their own. In addition to the curricular spaces, the facility features the 24/7 homework lab for Media Arts students, cafe, student lounge, and the Media Arts Gallery. Whether you need to do work, grab a bite to eat, or get inspired, Wheatley can accommodate.
As of the fall 2012 semester, Media Arts student have the following access outside of class:
Side entrance from parking lot
Homework lab (room 132)
Print/prep room (room 133)
Multipurpose studio (room 128)
Darkroom (room 139) Students registered in ARTM2005 only
Photo lighting studio (room 136) Students who are taking or have taken ARTM3300, 3320, 3350 or 4350 only
Mon-Thurs 7a-11p, Fri-Sat 7a-6p
Drawing Studio (room 129)
Printmaking Studio (room 127)
3D Studio (room 121)