Cage Space is a window-front exhibition space on Piedmont Ave by Grady Memorial Hospital. Gallery 650 is in the main building on the 6th floor, and can be used for a curatorial project, art swap, staging space for photographs, or a critique space.
The Arts & Humanities Building offers 24-hour access to students at all levels. The Sculpture Building has dedicated after-hour studio time due to the nature of the equipment in the space.
What is the CMC?
The Creative Media Center (CMC) offers open access to a state-of-the-art computer lab (Mac OS) as well as equipment checkout to help students create, edit and share a range of media projects.
How does it work?
Any student currently enrolled in the Welch School of Art & Design is eligible to use the facilities.
To qualify for equipment checkout, students must go to the CMC Checkout Portal located in iCollege and submit a completed Checkout Agreement Form along with Panther ID and class schedule. Once that document is received, students must watch a short tutorial video for the item(s) they wish to use. Each video contains a quiz that must be passed with a score of 100% to verify that all items will be used properly and safely.
If you do not see the CMC Checkout Portal under your iCollege courses, please email [email protected].
Check out high-quality multimedia equipment including digital cameras, lighting kits, tripods, tablets, plus a variety of audio recording equipment. See the CMC Checkout Portal on iCollege for full inventory. All equipment is available on a first-come, first-served basis. No reservations are allowed.
CHECKED OUT DUE BACK
Monday, Tuesday Thursday
Wednesday, Thursday or Friday Following Monday
Please note: The CMC is closed for all university holidays. Equipment may be borrowed over holidays and breaks but will be due back on the next business day.
The Creative Media Industries Institute (CMII) is partnered with the College of the Arts and has three core missions. First, the institute organizes advanced technology media and arts training so Georgia State students are prepared to start careers in the entertainment and information industries. Second, CMII is building a model to nurture media entrepreneurs. Third, the focus is on industry collaboration – especially concentrated on the film and TV production, music industries and game design sectors – to generate research and economic development.
There are three main areas for art books. Always check the library catalog and make a note of call numbers and locations.
- Library North 4: most of the art & design books (call number "N") are here
- Library South 4: oversized books ("Folios")
- Library North 3: photography books (call number "TR") and ceramic & textiles techniques (call number "TT")
School Director: Michael White
Associate Director: Tim Flowers
Business Manager: Candiss Addison
Public Relations Coordinator: Jac Kuntz
Administrative Coordinator: Liz Flamming
Gallery Director: Cynthia Farnell
Room 124 Art & Humanities Bldg.
10 Peachtree Center Avenue SE
Art & Humanities Building
Atlanta, GA 30303
Georgia State University
Ernest G. Welch School of
Art & Design
P.O. Box 3965
Atlanta, Georgia 30302-3965