Classrooms & Labs

The Claire Trevor School of the Arts features a wide variety of computer labs and technical facilities for the creation of digital art and research. Each one has it's own function, audience, and flavor. Some are computer classrooms, others are labs for doing homework, and others are for doing research. Some are open to all Claire Trevor School of the Arts students while others may be restricted by department and student status.

Tech Hours:

Digital Arts Teaching Lab - CAC 3006

Location: Contemporary Arts Center, Room 3006

Hours:

Monday-Friday: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

 

Classes:  Dependent on class schedules (schedule is posted on the door)

Description: This is a computer lab for the instruction of digital arts classes. During non-scheduled classroom hours, the facilities are open to School of the Arts students. The lab contains twenty-five Mac Pros 2.8Ghz Quad-Core Intel Xeon, and 20" Apple monitors. . The machines are running Boot Camp with Windows 7 and Mac OS 10.8 (Mountain Lion). There are two scanners available for the lab, but no printing capabilities. You will need to go to Artslab for printing.

Hardware:
Mac Pro
2.8Ghz Quad-Core Intel Xeon
8GB RAM
500GB Hard Drive (Mac OS)
500GB Hard Drive (Win 7)
One 16x SuperDrive
NVIDIA Gefore 8800 GT 512MB Video card
Apple Mighty Mouse
Apple Keyboard
 

Software:

Windows 7 Pro (Boot Camp)

Microsoft Office 2016

3DS Max

AutoCAD 2012

AutoCAD 2016

Vectorworks 2017

Adobe Creative Suite 6

FileZilla

Internet Explorer

Firefox

Lightwright 5

Macromedia

QuickTime

RealPlayer

Windows Media Player

Sophos Protection

Rhino 5

Software:

Mac OS 10.11

Microsoft Office 2016

Audacity

Adobe Creative Cloud

Firefox

Safari

Quicktime

iTunes

GargeBand

iDvd

iMovie

iPhoto

iWeb

Final cut X

Logic Studio

Final Draft 8

Max 7

Sophos Protection

TextWrangler

Xcode 

return to top

ArtsTEC - CAC G021

Location: Contemporary Arts Center, Room G021

Hours:
Monday-Friday: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Classes: Dependent on class schedules (schedule is posted on the door)

Description: CAC G021 is both a general-purpose and instructional computing lab. There are twenty-one Mac Pros for use by students enrolled in qualifying classes. The lab is available to all students in the School of the Arts when classes are not in session.

Hardware:
Mac Pro i7 3.2Ghz
16GB RAM
Superdrive
1TB Harddrive
20" Apple Displays
3 Canon N1240U 48 Bit, 1600x2400 Flatbed Scanners
17 Sony DVMC-DA2 Media Converters
Hi-resolution Ceiling-Mounted Projector

 

Software:

Windows 7 Pro (Boot Camp)

Microsoft Office 2016

3DS Max

AutoCAD 2012

AutoCAD 2016

Vectorworks 2016

Adobe Creative Suite 6

FileZilla

Internet Explorer

Firefox

Lightwright 5

Macromedia

QuickTime

RealPlayer

Windows Media Player

Sophos Protection

Rhino 5

Software:

Mac OS 10.11

Microsoft Office 2016

Audacity

Adobe Creative Cloud

Firefox

Safari

Quicktime

iTunes

GargeBand

iDvd

iMovie

iPhoto

iWeb

Final cut X

Logic Studio

Final Draft 8

Max 7

Sophos Protection

Refit

TextWrangler

Xcode

return to top

Drama Design Lab

Location: 300 FAT

Hours: 24 hours / 7 days (Restricted Access)

Description: This lab is designated for theatrical design work. There are six computer workstations running Windows7 on Pentium 4 3GHz. machines. All workstations are equipped with DVD/CD-RWs and Wacom Pen Tablets. An 11x17 color printer, 8.5 x 11 color printer, color scanner, OCE copier and plotter are available as shared resources in the lab.

Hardware:
Dell OPTIPLEX GX620
3GHz Pentium 4
1GB RAM
80GB Hard Drive
Floppy Drive
DVD+-RW Drive:
Read
(CD) 40X
(DVD) 16X
Write
(CD-R) 40X
(CD-RW) 24X
(DVD+R) 16X
(DVD+R DL) 2.4X
(DVD+RW) 4X
(DVD-R) 8X
(DVD-RW) 4X

Software:
Windows 7
Microsoft Office 2010
Access
Excel
PowerPoint
Publisher
Word
3DS Max
AutoCAD 2012
Vectorworks 2015
Volo View Express
Adobe
Acrobat 10
Distiller 
Illustrator CS 4
ImageReady CS 4
Photoshop CS 4
RecordNow! Plus
Email Terminal
FileZilla
Internet Explorer
Firefox
Beamwright 4
Lightwright 5
PowerDVD
QuickTime
RealPlayer
Windows Media Player
McAfee Virus Scan
Spybot - Search & Destroy

return to top

Costume Design Lab

Location: Drama Building, Room 249A

Hours: 24 hours / 7 days (Restricted Access)

Description: This lab is designated for theatrical costume design work. There are four computer workstations running Windows XP Professional on Pentium 4 3GHz. class machines with printing and scanning capabilities.

Hardware:
Dell OPTIPLEX GX620
3GHz Pentium 4
1GB RAM
80GB Hard Drive
Floppy Drive
DVD+-RW Drive:
Read
(CD) 40X
(DVD) 16X
Write
(CD-R) 40X
(CD-RW) 24X
(DVD+R) 16X
(DVD+R DL) 2.4X
(DVD+RW) 4X
(DVD-R) 8X
(DVD-RW) 4X

Software:
Windows XP
Microsoft Office 2003
Access
Excel
PowerPoint
Publisher
Word
3DS Max
AutoCAD 2002
Maya Unlimited 3
Poser 4
Vectorworks
Volo View Express
Adobe
Acrobat 6
Distiller 6
Illustrator 10
ImageReady 7
Photoshop 7
Premiere 6
RecordNow! Plus
Email Terminal
FileZilla
Internet Explorer
Firefox
LifeForms 3
Beamwright 4
Lightwright 4
Painter 6
Macromedia
Director 8
Dreamweaver MX
Fireworks MX
Flash MX
FreeHand 10
PowerDVD
QuickTime
RealPlayer
Windows Media Player
Sound Forge 4.5
McAfee Virus Scan
Spybot - Search & Destroy

return to top

Stage Managers Lab

Location: Mesa Arts Building, Room 133

Hours: 24 hours / 7 days (Restricted Access)

Description: This lab is for MFA students studying production and stage management. There are three computer workstations running Windows XP on Pentium 4 class machines with shared printing capabilities.

Software:
Microsoft Office
Internet Explorer
Eudora Email
Telnet
FTP

return to top

Dance Editing Lab

Location: MAB, Room 300

Hours: M-F 8:00AM – 5:00PM (Restricted Access to Dance students in Video Editing classes)

Description: This lab is designated for Dance Video editing, used for Lisa Naugle’s and Mary Corey’s Video Editing classes. There are two computer workstations, one G4 and an 8600/300 PowerMac; Also a Hi8 tape recorder and a VHS tape recorder, two Video choreography (player and recorder) units, and two TV monitors.

Software:
Adobe Premier
Adobe Illustrator
Photoshop
SoundEdit 16
Director
Microsoft Office 98
Internet Explorer

return to top

Motion Capture Studio

Location: Music and Media Building, 216

Hours: (Restricted Access)

Description: A School-wide facility for optical motion capture using an eight-camera Vicon 8 system. The studio has a high ceiling, sprung floors, and a sound system. Access is restricted to class participants and reservation-only. Contact Artslab tech support for details.

return to top

DATA Lab

Location: Music and Media Building, Room 116

Hours: (Restricted Access)

Description: The facility is available to students currently enrolled in selected studio art courses and those persons who have paid a lab fee. Both analog and digital video editing stations are available, including two digital video stations for exclusive use by graduate students. Primarily, Final Cut Pro is used, although Adobe Premiere, Adobe Photoshop and Adobe After Effects are available.

Also available: Instructional CDs and videos, dubbing rack, analog title maker, camcorders, tripods and light kits.