About the Visual Resource Center
The VRC is a technology center and teaching facility created to support the Department
of Art, Graphic Design, and Art History faculty and students in their academic studies
and research activities.
Students are provided with industry-standard equipment used by arts professionals,
including three large format archival inkjet printers, a laser printer, a vinyl cutter,
and a 75-watt laser cutter. iMac and Windows computer stations with Adobe CC design
software and large graphic arts flatbed scanners are available. Extensive audio/visual
resources include cameras, tripods, and lighting systems, video and audio recorders,
laptops, and iPads. Art students and faculty can check out these items for class projects
and documentation. Books, journals, and contemporary art periodicals are provided
to support art-related coursework and research.
The Visual Resource Center is financed in part by the College of Arts and Sciences
Student Technical Fees; resources and services are provided exclusively to the Department
of Art faculty, staff, and students.