Workspaces & Equipment
Printers + Fabrication
Located in JCM 3107L, the Fabrication Room has large cutting mats and other print production tools including a Paper Guillotine, Wiro-Binding machines, scoring tool, and spray mount station.
Faculty and students may have their work printed on the risograph printer located in the Fabrication Lab in JCM 3107L. Contact Graduate Assistant Jordan Steyer <firstname.lastname@example.org> to submit your files to be printed.
Faculty and students may use the vinyl cutter located in JCM 3107L. Contact Jordan Steyer <email@example.com>to submit your files to be cut.
The MFA Studio is the meeting and working place for MFA students. Faculty should refrain from using it for class meetings or personal meetings unless there is no conflict with MFA students. Students may contact the MFA Office <firstname.lastname@example.org> for access to the MFA Studio key. Resources available in the MFA Studio include a Paper Guillotine, LaserJet 700 Printer, Epson Photo Scanner, Pantone Swatch Books, Clampitt Paper Swatch Books, Wiro Binder, and iMacs.
The Multidisciplinary Innovation Lab (MiL) is a digital fabrication space for currently enrolled at Texas State University Art + Design students. Here, students will learn how to operate the equipment for school-related projects. The MiL is equipped with a laser cutter, die cutter, 3D printers, and a CNC router.
There is a lighting studio located in the Art and Design Resource Center (ADRC), JCM 3102, that students and faculty may use.
Resources for Check-out
MFA students also have access to additional equipment that can be checked out from the IT office located on the third floor of JCM. Contact Art + Design IT, staff members, Zach McSwain <email@example.com> or Michael Guardiola <firstname.lastname@example.org>.