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Open Computer Labs Locations & Hours During Final Exam Week

Each semester, the Visual Arts Department announces Open Lab Times in our computer labs. Registered students can take advantage of these times to work on their projects, homework and portfolio.

The following links require Adobe Reader.

OPEN LAB HOURS FOR SPRING 2014 
REGULAR WEEK

CADE 214 PDF
CADE 226PDF

CADE 313-319PDF
CADE 322PDF

OPEN LAB HOURS - TBA
EXAM WEEK - May 15-21, 2014

CADE 214 PDF
CADE 226 PDF
CADE 313-319 PDF
 

Video Equipment Cage

The Video & Digital Photo Equipment Cage is located in CADE 213.

Cage HoursPDF for Spring 2014
Cage Student Handbook PDF



The Visual Arts Department is primarily housed in the CADE Center for Fine Arts on the West side of campus and shares the building with Theatre, Dance and Music. The main office is located in CADE 216. The building boasts multiple computer labs, studios, photography lab, darkroom and a wireless internet connection.

Ceramics and Sculpture are housed in the new Careers building and Plant building respectively, on the East Side of campus. Visual Arts courses have also expanded in 2010 to our Arundel Mills campus, expanding our reach in the county.

Our facilities available to students are extensive and are designed to encourage and fully support the creative endeavors of students.

Spring 2014 Studio HoursPDF
for currently enrolled 3-D Design and Sculpture students
Physical Plant Room #006/009

Spring 2014 Studio HoursPDF
for currently enrolled Ceramics students
Careers, Room 120

Announcements

TLC & COMPUTER COMMONS
Students are welcome to use the 5 Graphic Design PCs in the TLC on the Arnold campus. These new PCs have the same exact software as the PCs in all CADE labs. The TLC is located in the Andrew Truxal Library, room 101. Click here to find out where these PC's are located!

There are also 2 PCs in the Computer Commons, which is located in the Careers building, room 264. These PCs have the Adobe Master Collection software installed for student use. Students can ask the Computer Commons staff about using the Macs in this lab as well.

LAB SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE
Students can now view a list of software and hardware available for use in the above labs as well as the TLC (LBRY 101) and the Computer Commons (2 machines; Careers Center room 264).

QUICK REFERENCE GUIDES
Scanning with Photoshop CS5

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