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Program Definition

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Overview: Buildings 800-1300 - Creating a Unified Center for Arts and Humanities

A number of programs in the Division of Arts and Humanities are located in buildings awkwardly located away from facilities immediately surrounding the arts quadrangle. The vision for the Arts & Humanities Division is to relocate programs currently housed in Building 1600 to 900 and 1000. These programs include Architecture, Commercial Art, Digital Media, Interior Design, and Photography. Moving these programs to Building 900 and 1000 will concentrate the fine arts and design programs in a single location. With the goal of the master plan to revitalize the entrance to the visual and performing arts buildings and quadrangle, this relocation of programs will compliment the logical organization of this complex of Buildings.

Humanities courses currently housed in 900 will be moved to Building 800. The radio station will be relocated to the lower level of Building 100. Building 800 will also house a new lecture hall, currently located in 916.
Building 800: Classroom and Lecture Hall Building

Subjects Housed:

Primary subjects: Art History; Humanities including Film Studies, Philosophy and Religious Studies;

Secondary subjects: courses needing standard classrooms, including English, ESL, Foreign Languages, etc.

Program Components:


  1. Large Lecture Hall with a seating capacity of 100

  2. Classrooms of various sizes

Project Rationale:

The primary use of the Building is changing. Building 800 currently houses the WRAC center and language arts labs. These will be moving to Buildings 100 and 300. The new uses will require one lecture hall and general classrooms. Relocation of walls and infrastructure are to be kept to a minimum, but finishes and wiring should be updated per college standards.



Vision Statement:

Provide Building 800 with modernized classrooms and lecture hall.



Goals: Functions, Activities, courses, etc.

All general classrooms in building 800 shall comply with the classroom technology, furnishing, and infrastructure standards adopted by the College. The Lecture Hall shall have raked seating with multiple screens and must be capable of projecting of traditional slide media as well. Please see the Lecture Hall standards below.



Space Requirements:

Space requirements include sufficient space for classrooms of various capacities. Investigate whether existing mechanical room can be reclaimed for classroom or storage space.



Physical Relationship between spaces in terms of functions, and pedagogy:

No particular adjacency requirements needed.



For classroom spaces, including labs, the number of student stations and the disciplines using them.

TBD.


For other kinds of spaces, e.g. meeting areas, estimated number of individuals who will be using them:

Addressed above.



Building 900: Art and Design

Subjects/Programs to be Housed:

Architecture, Commercial Art, Digital Media, Interior Design, Photography



Project Rationale:

Convert existing facilities into studio space for Architecture, Commercial Art, Digital Media, Interior Design, Photography.



Vision Statement:

With the programs housed in Building 1000, create a concentrated area for the visual arts and design programs to foster cross-disciplinary creativity.



Goals: Functions, Activities, courses, etc.
Space Requirements:

Please see the attached table and attached conceptual floor plan.



Physical Relationship between spaces in terms of functions, and pedagogy:

Please see the attached table.



For classroom spaces, including labs, the number of student stations and the disciplines using them.

Please see the attached table.



For other kinds of spaces, e.g. meeting areas, estimated number of individuals who will be using them:

Please see the attached table. Assume existing mechanical room can be reclaimed for classroom space.



Building 1000, Rooms 1000 (Gallery Corridor), 1006, 1008 only

Subjects/Programs to be Housed:

Commercial Art, Painting, Display, possibly Muralism



Project Components:

  1. Room 1000: Gallery Corridor

  2. Room 1006: Painting

  3. Room 1008: Commercial Art

Project Rationale:

The two classrooms are outdated and need modernization. Both have significant storage needs which require improved and new casework. Both require sinks. Lighting needs to be improved in both classrooms.

The Gallery Corridor serves multiple functions including a reception hall for the gallery (1002), a showroom for the sale of student ceramics, and a forum for the presentation of final projects in various painting, drawing, and graphics courses. The Gallery Corridor should also facilitate on one side, a room for teaching muralism.

Vision Statement:

Create a concentrated area in Buildings 900 and 1000 for the visual arts to foster a critical mass of creative cross-disciplinary energy.



Goals: Functions, Activities, courses, etc.

Please see the attached table for functions and activities. Also note that space for the following programs is currently assumed to be relocated as follows: Radio Station: to Building 100 and general classrooms and lecture hall to Building 800.



Space Requirements:

Please see the attached table and attached conceptual floor plan.



Physical Relationship between spaces in terms of functions, and pedagogy:

Please see the attached table.



For classroom spaces, including labs, the number of student stations and the disciplines using them.

Please see the attached table.



For other kinds of spaces, e.g. meeting areas, estimated number of individuals who will be using them:

Please see the attached table. Assume existing mechanical room can be reclaimed for classroom space.



Program-Specific Spaces

Digital Media Studio A Building 900

Function / Curriculum:

Graphics Software: Digital Imaging, Illustration, video editing

Room Type:

Digital Media Studio

Current Location:

1615

Preliminary
New Location:


North Side, Building 900

Approx. Area Needed:

1200 SF

Adjacencies

Photography; provide door between rooms

Student Stations:

30

All student stations shall face the instructor and front of room. Where possible, orient classroom perpendicular to corridor/exterior walls to control glare on monitors. See attachment for general floor plan needs.



Instructor’s Station:

fully computerized, including digital overhead projector

Technological Requirements

comply with college standards for technology enhanced classrooms, including learning/teaching technology, lighting, HVAC systems, finishes, etc.;

Storage:

Provide tall cabinet subdived with power-ventilated server compartment and separate storage area; estimated size: 48x30x72;
Provide +/- 18 LF of base counter for peripherals with 2 dedicated, accessible computer stations and storage; provide flexible integrated wire management systems along the peripherals counter; above the peripherals counter provide upper cabinets for storage

Glare Control

Consider remedies for controlling natural light glare, including replacement of glazing with darkened glass and up-rolling window shades; artificial lighting shall be per college classroom standards.

Non-teaching Walls:

Provide continuous tackboards for display of student art.

Security

Security of equipment is paramount. Per district security standards, provide corridor door with monitored electromagnetic locks with credential reader and magnetic hold-open device.

Miscellaneous:

Provide space and integrated cabling for (2) free-standing wide-format (42” paper capacity) plotters. Provide storage solutions for related wide-format rolls of paper.



Digital Media Studio B Building 900

Function / Curriculum:

Graphics Software: Digital Imaging, Illustration
Computer Aided Drafting and Design; 3-Dimensional Modelling

Room Type:

Digital Media Studio

Current Location:

1617

Preliminary
New Location:


South Side, Building 900

Approx. Area Needed:

1200 SF

Adjacencies

Architecture and Interior Design Studios; provide door between rooms

All other needs:

See Digital Media A description


Digital Media Studio C Building 900

Function / Curriculum:

Graphics Software: Electronic Music Digital Imaging and Illustration, Digital Video Editing Software, CADD, 3-D Modeling,
This space is intended to serve a dual function: to provide studio flex-space for students wishing to complete homework for courses taught in Digital Media Studios A and B, and to provide a classroom for electronic music.

Room Type:

Digital Media Studio

Current Location:

‘Electric Image’ room in photography area, Building 1600; and 12__

Preliminary
New Location:


North Side, Building 900

Approx. Area Needed:

500 SF

Adjacencies

Photography; provide door between rooms

Student Stations:

15

All student stations shall face the instructor and front of room. Where possible, orient classroom perpendicular to corridor/exterior walls to control glare on monitors.

Keyboard trays must be extra wide to accommodate music and typing keyboards. Provide storage compartment for storage of music keyboard when not in use


Instructor’s Station:

fully computerized per college standards for technology enhanced classrooms

Technological Requirements

comply with college standards for technology enhanced classrooms, including learning/teaching technology, lighting, HVAC systems, finishes, etc.;

Storage:




Glare Control

Consider remedies for controlling natural light glare, including replacement of glazing with darkened glass and up-rolling window shades; artificial lighting shall be per college classroom standards.

Non-teaching Walls:

Provide continuous tackboards for display.

Security:

Security of equipment is paramount. Per district security standards, provide corridor door with monitored electromagnetic locks with credential reader and magnetic hold-open device.


Architecture Studio Building 900

Function / Curriculum:

Architecture curricula, including University-transferable courses in manual and digital graphics, design, drafting, and landscape architecture. (Lecture-based courses will tentatively use standard classrooms in Building 800)

Room Type:

Architecture Studio with capacity to teach traditional and digital media

Current Location:

Currently split between 1609, 1605, and 1618

Preliminary
New Location:


North Side, Building 900

Approx. Area Needed:

1200 SF

Adjacencies

Digital Media Studio B; provide door between rooms

Student Stations:

30

All student stations shall face the instructor and front of room. Where possible, orient classroom perpendicular to corridor/exterior walls to control glare on monitors. Student stations should have an integrated computer work station with manual drawing/drafting station with paraline rule (“Mayline” or equal). See current configuration in room 1618 as a starting point.



Instructor’s Station:

fully computerized, including digital overhead projector capable of projecting instructor demonstrations of free-hand and board drawing techniques.

Technological Requirements

comply with college standards for technology enhanced classrooms, including learning/teaching technology, lighting, HVAC systems, finishes, etc.;

Storage:

tall built-in cabinet subdived with power-ventilated server compartment and separate storage area; estimated size: 48x30x72;

+/- 18 LF of base counter for peripherals with 2 dedicated, accessible computer stations and storage; provide flexible integrated wire management systems along the peripherals counter; above the peripherals counter provide upper cabinets for storage;



Book-shelves with +/-40 LF of 11-1/4” D heavy-duty shelving


Glare Control

Consider remedies for controlling natural light glare, including replacement of glazing with darkened glass and up-rolling window shades; artificial lighting shall be per college classroom standards.

Non-teaching Walls:

Provide continuous tackboards for display of student art.

Security

Security of equipment is paramount. Per district security standards, provide corridor door with monitored electromagnetic locks with credential reader and magnetic hold-open device.

Miscellaneous:

Provide space and integrated cabling for (2) free-standing wide-format (42” paper capacity) plotters. Provide storage solutions for related wide-format rolls of paper.


Photography Building 900

Function / Curriculum:

Photographic darkrooms and studios.

Room Type:

Photographic laboratory with capacity to teach conventional, non-conventional chemical-based processes, and digital photography. 25 station print processing room must be light tight with entrance provided through a “light trap” doorway. Wet room required for film processing. Lighting studio should have wiring for digital transmission of images to computers. Dry room for print finishing and presentation would be shared with other art courses. Digital photography room will include specialized printers networked to individual workstations.

Current Location:

Building 1600.

Preliminary
New Location:


Building 900.

Approx. Area Needed:

2500 SF

Adjacencies

Digital Media Labs A and C. Provide doorway between rooms, when feasible.

Student Stations:

25

Instructor’s Station:

1

Technological Requirements

Ability to handle and dispose of chemicals for black and white photography.

Storage:

Storage for chemicals and checkout room for darkroom and studio equipment.

Glare Control




Non-teaching Walls:

Provide continuous tackboards for display of student art.

Security

Security of equipment is paramount. Per district security standards, provide corridor door with monitored electromagnetic locks with credential reader and magnetic hold-open device.

Miscellaneous:







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