About

The Digital Lab is a space in Dartmouth College’s Black Family Visual Arts Center in which students can create amazing digital art using state-of-the-art computer programs.  It is the room with big glass walls in the middle of the first floor in the VAC.

THE PLAN:

To create an space where students can use the amazingly powerful digital tools available today without feeling constrained by the shackles of unfamiliar technology.

THE GOAL:

A room bustling with artistic energy and collaboration, with awesome digital art being produced every day.

THE NITTY-GRITTY:

Non-Open-Hours Access:
During hours when I am not here, card access is available for FILM and SART majors, students in film production or photo classes, and by request.
Requests can be for an entire course or for a specific student with a project or goal in mind that requires the use of the lab.  Requests can be sent to digital.lab@dartmouth.edu and are subject to review by the digital lab specialist and the FILM and SART department chairs.
Rules:
–No food or drink except closed water bottles
–All work stored in “Project Storage/First_Last/”
–If you have questions or break something, let me know – ask or blitz me (Chris – digital.lab@dartmouth.edu)