New resources for visual arts and technology programming
The Marilyn I Walker Centre of Excellence in Visual Arts and Technology opened at Niagara College’s Welland campus on October 29th.
The Marilyn I. Walker Centre of Excellence in Visual Arts & Technology includes several upgrades and renovations to the School of Media Studies, as well as new resources and equipment. A newly renovated collaborative space on the third floor of the Simcoe building – complete with a state-of-the-art video wall – marks the first of a four-phase project for the new Centre. Future phases will include the enhancement of four other classrooms; a resource room which includes new equipment such as printers, 3D printers, and a die cutting machine; an upgraded client project room between two game design classrooms; new photographic equipment to support the Graphic Design program; and a classic studio with screen printing equipment and more. Funds will also be allocated to enhancing the student learning experience in the Voyageur wing for students in Media programs.
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