The Department of Design is located in the newly renovated Monroe Hall. The department also has a fully equipped darkroom and a state-of-the-art computer imaging lab with Silicon Graphics and multi-media capabilities.
Peripheral equipment includes flatbed, slide, and roll feed scanners up to 36", color printers up to 44" roll feed archival systems; video output via DVD; audio and midi input and output; data/video projectors; DV still and video cameras; and other immersive delivery media. Motion media software includes Final Cut Pro, AfterEffects, DVD Studio Pro, and Cinema 4D. Other software includes the full Adobe Suites and several specialty applications. Access for enrolled students is 24/7.
Photography: The Photography Lab at Loyola University consists of 14 workstations with new enlargers and easels as well as 3 advanced enlarging stations to handle film formats up to 4x5. The room is spacious and professionally ventilated and has all the equipment necessary to produce archival fiber based black and white photographs in the fine art and documentary tradition. A classroom and a small lighting studio round out the modest but highly functional work areas for aspiring photography students.
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