Graduate & Faculty Studios Private studios for faculty and graduates surround nearly 2,000 sq/ft of shared space with a composition and printing area as well as critique and lounge space for graduate students. The Graduate and Faculty Studio houses a 36"x72" Takach Intaglio/Relief Press, a 32"x60" Takach Lithography Press and 48"x60" TMI Vacuum Screen Table with a false arm. There is also a drying box for flattening prints up to 30”x44”. The critique and lounge area has a built-in digital projector for looking at art and videos, surfing the web, and watching sports. Digital Output Lab and Archives Our Digital Output Lab is equipped with three large-format archival inkjet printers. An Epson 7880 capable of printing up to 24” wide as well as an Epson 9880 and 9800, each capable of printing up to 44" wide. We also have an Epson large format flatbed scanner, a Graphtech 24” Vinyl Cutter and Cannon laser printer and four 22" iMacs. Lithography Studio A 1,000 sq/ft studio in which Introduction to Lithography is exclusively taught. There are two Takach Lithography presses, a 32”x60” and 24”x50”. This room also houses our selection of lithography stones, a large graining sink and a large oven for curing toner washes. Intaglio and Relief Studio This is a 2,000 sq/ft studio, which functions as the hub of our undergraduate program. This studio has a Takach 36"x72" Intaglio/Relief Press, a 32"x60" Takach Intaglio/Relief Press, and 24”x52" French Tool intaglio press. This studio houses our ferric chloride baths, of which we have two; a vertical bath for etching plates up to 18”x24” and a large horizontal bath for plates up to 36"x24". Screenprinting and Darkroom Our devoted Screenprinting studio, approximately 1,500 sq/ft, is equipped with multiple fixed and mobile printing stations. There is a large 48”x60” Cincinnati Vacuum Screen Table with a false arm. The adjacent darkroom facility is well equipped for nearly all photomechanical printing processes. We have two vacuum exposure units for screens: a large Lawson 48”x72” and a NuArc 30”x40”. We also have 38”x45” Rotary Top Nuarc Platemaker for Photo-litho and Photo-etching processes and a Photo-Polymer Platemaker for letterpress. In the adjacent room, there is large AWT screen-drying cabinet, a screen-stretcher and backlit washout booth for cleaning and developing screens. Letterpress Studio Located on the 2nd floor next to the grad/faculty studio. The 1,000 sq ft.studio holds a selection of lead and wood typefaces and three motorized Vandercook presses: Vandercook #4, Universal I, and a Universal III There are also two showcard proof presses. We have an Anderson Vreeland Orbital VIII A3 photopolymer platemaker and three Boxcar bases for plastic-backed plates: 7" x 9", 12” x 16", and 17" x 22". Papermaking and Book Arts Located on the 1st floor with 1,700 sq/ft of space, the Papermaking and Book Arts studio houses a beautiful 2 lb. Reina beater and related papermaking equipment. The studio supports sheet forming as well as sculptural paper projects. There are 7 nipping presses, one standing press, and a job backer. We have a 44"x30" size Kutrimmer, sewing frames, and one lying press. CNC Router, Laser Cutter and 3D Printing The School of Art possesses a range of digital fabrication technology, all of which is accessible by graduate and undergraduate students. There are also nearby Open Education Resource labs, which offer similar equipment and provide access to all UGA students and faculty. Project Space Across the hall from the Graduate & Faculty Studio is our Project Space. This room is multi-functional and is used for staging, installing, exhibiting and critiquing work. This space can be reserved by faculty, graduates and undergraduate majors for as little as one day and up to two weeks.