Photography, Video & Digital Arts Studio
Located on the third floor of the Center for the Arts, the Photography, Video & Digital Arts studio is equipped with a 450 square foot digital lab and a 500 square foot traditional darkroom. The digital lab is equipped with a film/document scanner, inkjet photo printer, and iMac computers with industry standard software. Our traditional darkroom has eight enlargers and can handle film up to 4”5”.
Includes the use of iMac computers, Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom software, scanner, and printer (additional fee for each print made). Adobe Premiere is available on one system.
Includes processing chemicals, use of enlargers, film developing room, and archival washers.
To use the darkroom, you must first schedule an orientation with Jon Stuart - Mondays and Tuesdays are preferable. Once you have completed a short orientation, you are free to use the darkroom either with an open studio punch card or monthly unlimited pass. To schedule an orientation, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
$135 for a 7 use pass good within 3 a month period. Use is around classes and booked through Jon Stuart.
1-day pass $25
Open Studio times vary depending on class schedules. Open studio is not available when classes and workshops are in session, and is only available to Art Association members that have been approved by management.