Visual Arts and Technology Studio

The Visual Arts & Technology Studio in Morton 203 reveals a collaborative workspace for students with access to tools and resources for a variety of creative activities. Butcher block work counters and retractable power cables from the ceiling ensure clear, open spaces for students to work. The studio houses a myriad of resources, from woodworking equipment like panel saws, air compressors and nail guns to moveable work stations, professional drawing easels, and short throw projectors and sound systems for presentations. The tables can even come together and convert into regulation-size ping pong tables, for that much-needed creativity break.