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1 TECHNICAL OPERATIONS HAND BOOK SCHOOL OF IMAGE ARTS RYERSON UNIVERSITY FILM NEW MEDIA PHOTOGRAPHY

2 SAFET Y, SECURITY AND INSURANCE While at the School of Image Arts, you will handle chemicals, electrical fixtures and expensive electronic equipment. You will receive training and information that will provide you with the knowledge you need to manage the many aspects of attending a hands-on program at a downtown university campus. For information on personal safety, equipment hazards, theft and insurance, see the section on Taking Precautions. D AT A STO RAG E PO LICY The School of Image Arts provides server space for each student on which to store digital data. However, the school is not responsible for any data stored on the server. We take precautions to ensure the safekeeping of all data stored on the server but cannot guarantee the data will not be lost. It is your responsibility to protect your data by creating back-up copies of all your digital work. 2

3 CONTENTS General Information 04 Borrowing Equipment and Facility Keys 05 List of Image Arts Equipment 07 Supplies Available for Purchase 09 Fines and Penalties 09 Labs and Studios 11 Motion Picture Laboratory 16 Sound Stage 18 New Media 19 Workshop 19 Taking Precautions 21 Survival Tips 33 Part Time/Casual Employment 35 Facility Maps 36 WELCOME! 3

4 This is a detailed guide to the equipment and facilities available to students and the policies governing their use and is intended to make working in the School of Image Arts a little easier. All the information contained in this booklet is relevant and will get you off to a good start. Please read it thoroughly so as to become familiar with all policies, rules and penalties. Understanding how the technical services are provided will allow you to complete your course work without any setbacks..this guide and the technical staff are here to help you navigate the school and make the most out of our equipment and facilities. GENERAL INFORMATION Frequently Used Telephone Numbers Access all internal extensions through the switchboard: (416) IMA Equipment Cage 6845 / 6867 Motion Picture Lab 6869 Equipment Cage Hours and Location Students gain access to equipment and facilities through what is known as the Cage. It is located in the basement of the Image Arts Building, IMA B-18. Equipment and facility keys for student and faculty use are located in the IMA Equipment Cage, in the basement of the Image Arts Building (IMA B-18). This includes a wide variety of digital and analogue cameras and accessories, still and video equipment, electronic flash and lighting accessories, digital and analogue projection equipment, sound recording systems, film stock and editing supplies, keys for all labs, studios and classrooms. There are special booking periods for certain film and video production equipment. The cage is open when classes are in session and during Fall and Winter Study Weeks. Please note the Cage is closed during exam periods, on statutory holidays and during the December break. Hours of Operation: Monday Thursday Friday Saturday 8am 10pm 8am 6pm 9am 6pm Image Arts Building Hours: 4

5 The IMA Building is open during Fall and Winter Study Weeks, but closed during statutory holidays and the December break. BORROWING EQUIPMENT AND FACILITY KEYS Although the School of Image Arts regularly maintains all equipment and facilities, it is the responsibility of each student to test the apparatus upon issuance. The School of Image Arts does not take responsibility for lost and/or damaged materials used in conjunction with Image Arts equipment. Cage Access Your Ryerson One Card is required to access labs and equipment relevant to your production courses. Access will not be granted without this card. Each student must present their own One Card when signing out equipment or facility keys. One Cards can be picked up through the Registrar s Office (bring your fees statement and timetable). At the start of your first year of studies you must register into the Cage Access System. Each student must complete a Technical Operations Agreement Form, which indicates that you have read and will follow the policies outlined in this handbook. Note: The Cage will need a copy of your Ryerson WHMIS Certificate for you to be granted access to equipment and facilities. Procedure Every transaction with the Cage will require the use of your One Card. Your card will be scanned into the computer when you reserve, take out or return equipment. You are responsible for presenting your card with every transaction. Transactions will not be made without it. Responsibility When you take equipment from the Cage, you are entering into a contract which states: I accept responsibility for loss of or damage to the equipment while on loan to me and agree to return it on or before the date and time indicated. This agreement is binding, therefore please be sure to care for your equipment and keep track of your exact return time when planning your work. It may help to remember that other students 5

6 will be waiting to use the equipment or facility you have signed out and are relying on you to return it on time and in working order. Returning Late If unavoidable circumstances make it impossible to return equipment on time, you are expected to notify the appropriate cage before your return time. Depending upon circumstances you may be granted extra time to return your order. Calling does not relieve you of your responsibility for being late. This allows the cage to plan around these circumstances. If you fail to inform the cage beforehand of your late return, penalties will be implemented. Only the Cage Manager can authorize extensions to equipment or facility loans. Checking Equipment Although Cage staff checks equipment when it is returned, there is no absolute guarantee that equipment is in perfect working order when you receive it. You are expected to thoroughly check all equipment and lab facilities upon issuance. If you find any problems during this check, you must inform the Cage within twenty minutes of signing out the equipment or facility. It is in your best interest to check equipment near the cage (on the tables provided) or, in the case of labs, immediately upon issuance. You will not ordinarily be held responsible for equipment or facility problems reported within twenty minutes of being signed out. Reporting Broken or Lost Equipment In order to keep all equipment and facilities in working order and circulation, we need to know about any malfunctions, damages or loss immediately. When you report lost or damaged equipment, the Cage Staff will fill out an Equipment Malfunction Report (EMR). You will be notified shortly of any cost associated with this loss or damage. Students with unpaid bills will have their grade reports withheld (see the section on Fines and Penalties for more information). List of Image Arts Equipment 6

7 This list will give you a general idea of what is available from the Cage. Complete and detailed lists are available at the Cage and online. 4x5 Large Format Cameras and Accessories Cambo and lenses ranging from 65mm 210mm, Sinar F and lenses ranging from 65mm 360mm), Graphic View (with lenses ranging from 135mm 203mm), Cambo Cadet (with 210mm lens), Arca Swiss (with 215mm lens), bellows, film holders, Polaroid backs. 8x10 Large Format Cameras and Accessories Deardorff (with lenses ranging from 165mm 610mm), film holders, reducing backs. Film Cameras & Lenses Pentax Screw-mount and T-mount bodies with wade range of lenses. Digital Cameras Full Frame Sensor 5D Mark II Canon, Nikon D800, Nikon and Canon Digital Lenses (12mm-24mm, 14mm prime, 70mm-200mm, 80mm- 400mm), prime and zoom lenses. Darkroom Printing Kits and Accessories Darkroom printing kits for B&W printing and assorted accessories: graduated cylinders, beakers, developing tanks, trays, tray siphons, negative carriers, contact printers, contact proofers, Gralab timers, easels, grain focusers, polycontrast filters. Studio Lighting Equipment (Photography) Metz portable flash units, Speedotron 2400w packs (with fan heads, grid spots, snoots, barn doors, diffusers, reflectors), Speedotron 1200w portable kits, Aurora and Visatec Monobloc kits, Manfrotto soft boxes (studio only), Broncolor Hazylight, portable stands, Lowell portable kits. Studio Accessories Umbrellas, snoots, gobo arms, clamps (Students must provide own sync cords) Tripods and Accessories Tripods of various types ranging from lightweight to large fluid head (Manfrotto trix, Manfrotto (with 1/8 or 3/8 threads), Majestic (with 1/4, 1/8 threads or rail adapters), baby legs, shoulder braces (for 16mm film cameras), spreaders, high hats, dolly, field monitors. Miscellaneous Equipment 7

8 Light boxes, slide projectors, carousels, 16mm film projector, Macbooks and ipads, LCD projectors, Polaroid slide printers, tacking irons, UV exposure unit, fog machine, folding equipment carts. Facility Keys Access keys and necessary AV equipment for Image Arts facilities. 16mm Film Cameras and Accessories Bell and Howell 70DR, Bolex H16, Arriflex ST (various lenses), Arriflex BL (zoom lens), Arriflex SR (zoom or prime lenses), Arriflex 416 (zoom or prime lens), 400 magazines, matte boxes, filters, motors, and associated tripods. Video Cameras Panasonic AF100, Panasonic HMC 150, Panasonic HDC SD1PP HD, Panasonic HD, Panasonic Mini-DV PV-GS250, Panasonic HVX200, Sony Mini-DV. Sound Recorders and Accessories Digital sound recorders, zoom M4N (sound devices 722 and 744T, Marantz 660), Nagra ¼ reel-to-reel, Nagra Time Code, Tascam DAT, microphone mixers, boom poles, microphone stands, plastic slates, smart slates. Microphones Cardioid, hyper-cardioid, omni-directional, lavalier, shotgun. Video Lighting Equipment Mole Richardson lights ( w spots and floods), 750w softs, 100w spots, KinoFlo 4 lighting kits, Diva 2-bank and 4-bank lighting kits, MiniFlo lighting kits, snoots, lightweight location stands, studio stands (with wheels), floor stands. Grip Equipment C-stands, gobo arms, flags, butterfly kit, alligator and maffer clamps, light carrying cases, sandbags, apple boxes, A/C extension cords. Supplies Available for Purchase 8

9 Certain course-related supplies are available at the Cage (IMA B-18). These supplies may be purchased only with the use of a Ryerson One Card. The Cage does not handle cash. All prices are subject to change without notice. Please note that all items are subject to availability. See the cage for any updates. Double-X negative (7231) 100 $23.00 Hi-Con negative (7363) 100 $15.00 china marker each $1.25 cotton gloves each $0.60 black leader 100 $9.15 white leader 100 $10.80 clear leader 100 $11.30 SMPTE leader roll $3.30 fill 100 $2.00 Tape core for splicer each 1.25 Mylar splicing tape roll $ mm plastic reel (400 ) each $3.50 Mat cutting blades 3 $1.00 Flatback tape 4.00 soundstage plans each $0.80 fog juice 1L $20.00 Fines and Penalties To ensure smooth running of technical operations, there are certain penalties in effect instated by the school. Keep these penalties in mind when using facilities and equipment. Fine Payment Fines must be paid immediately. Your access will be suspended until the fine is paid. Suspension All access to equipment, facilities and Motion Picture Lab is suspended. No Show A $10 fine will be levied for failing to cancel a reservation. Hit and Run A $10 fine will be levied for equipment and/or facility keys left unattended at the cage or failing to remain at the Cage until the Cage staff has cleared your order. Late Returns 9

10 Fees will be levied for equipment and/or facility keys that are late. Fees are based upon number of items out, length of lateness and the demand for the equipment/key. Please report unavoidable lateness to the respective cage before due time. This does not excuse the lateness or guarantee extension. For more details on the Late Return Policy please visit the Cage. Lost or Damaged Equipment The cost for repairs or replacement of equipment and/or parts will be calculated on a case-by-case basis according to industry prices. The bill must be paid by a set deadline decided by a Cage Technician or the Operations Manager. Lost Facility Key A $50 fine will be levied for replacement of the key in addition to re-key charges (if necessary). Leaving Facility Key in Door or Leaving Facility Door Unlocked. A $10 fine will be levied. Food or Drinks in Lab, Studio, Darkroom or Editing Suite A $20 fine will be levied for the first offence. A $20 fine and one week suspension from the facility will be levied for the second offence. Leaving Water Running in Unattended Labs One week suspension from Lab and $10 plus payment of all expenses incurred in repairing water damage (if applicable) will be levied. Failure to Report a Processing Machine Jam One week suspension from processor and restricted access to the cage. Failure to Clean Studio, Lab or Sound Stage Minor infractions will cost $5 $10. Major infractions can cost up to two weeks suspension from facility and payment of all expenses incurred to return facility to proper condition. Inappropriate Storage/Labelling of Chemicals $20 fine and one week suspension. Grades will be held at the end of term if chemistry is not removed from the school or disposed of correctly and/or not correctly labeled. Damage to Facility The cost for repairs will be calculated on a case-by-case basis. Infractions can cost up to two weeks suspension from facility that was damaged and payment of all expenses incurred to return facility to proper condition. Reduction of Penalties 10

11 Only the Cage Technicians or the Operations Manager can reduce penalties. Student employees cannot change penalties. Grade Withhold The final grade report is withheld until outstanding fines, processing bills and/or damaged equipment bills are paid. All unpaid fines are subject to grade withholds. Grade withholds will be submitted to the Registrar on the first business day following exams. An administration fee of $25 over and above unpaid bills will also be charged. LABS AND STUDIOS REMINDER: Food and drinks are not allowed in any studios, labs, darkrooms or editing rooms in the School of Image Arts. Access to equipment and facilities is gained through in-class workshops or with the appropriate instructor s approval. In general, access to equipment and labs is based on enrolment in specific courses, programs or program years. Labs that are signed out until the end of the evening must be returned at least fifteen minutes before the Cage closing time. A N A L O G U E P H O T O G R A P H Y L A B S During the day and evening, analogue photography labs are reserved for specific classes. Spare labs are released thirty minutes after a scheduled class commences. At this point, students who are not in the scheduled class are allowed to sign out unused facilities. When there is no class scheduled, these facilities are free to students with access on a firstcome, first-served basis. All darkrooms come with a printing kit that is signed out from the Cage. The kit contains three lenses (50mm, 80mm and 135mm) and three negative carriers (35mm, 6x6 and 4x5). Other negative carriers are available from the cage. Note: Safety Orientation - Access is granted to labs, studios or equipment only after the student has attended a Student Safety Orientation (usually held during the first week of classes). Film Loading and Processing Darkrooms IMA Access: All Photography students with appropriate clearance from instructor. Student must sign out facility key from the Cage. Black and White Darkrooms IMA

12 Access: All Photography students with appropriate clearance from instructor. Student must sign out facility key from the Cage. (Classes have priority.) Large Format / Fibre-Based Printing Access: All Photography students with appropriate clearance from instructor. Student must sign out facility key from the Cage. (Classes have priority.) Advanced and Historical Darkrooms IMA B03, B08 Access: Second, third, fourth year and MFA students who have attended a Student Safety Orientation with Technical Staff. F ixer Us e P o licy For ecological and financial reasons, black and white fixer (hypo) must be used according to the following rules: ALWAYS RE-USE FIXER UNTIL IT BECOMES EXHAUSTED. Use hypo-check to verify that fixer is still usable. Used fixer will not have any detrimental effects on film or paper. NEVER POUR USED FIX DOWN THE DRAIN. There is a fix recovery container on the first floor (IMA 121, IMA B-03, IMA B-08). Pour all exhausted b/w fix (no colour fix or other chemicals) into this container. All exhausted fix is processed to remove silver before it is discarded. Fix treated in this way is less polluting to the environment. S T I L L S P H O T O G R A P H Y F A C I L I T I E S Retouch Room Mat Cutting and Colour Viewing Facility IMA 122 Mat cutting, print mounting, colour balancing, slide viewing and slide mounting facility. Access: All Image Arts students. (Classes have priority.) P R I N T P R O C E S S I N G M A C H I N E S B&W Processing Machine/South Viewing Room IMA 135 Black and white resin coated (RC) printing. No fibre-based paper. Black- &-white film processing. Access: All Stills and Media students. 12

13 P H O T O G R A P H Y S T U D I O IMA 210 This is a large studio space which can have up to 20 students working simultaneously. The studio is supplied with a variety of both tungsten and electronic flash systems, as well as professional softboxes such as Broncolor Hazy Lights. The studio contains a Cove, or seamless cyc wall, which is a partitioned area of the studio that allows students to do portraiture and fashion-related photography. All students in the Image Arts program have access to these studios; they also serve as a working space for students to show their work in critiques that are an integral part of their production courses. Access: All Undergraduate and Graduate students who have undergone the Studio Safety Orientation. Classes have priority. Spare bays are released thirty minutes after a scheduled class commences if the instructor gives permission. At this point, students who are not in the scheduled class are allowed to sign out unused facilities. When there is no class scheduled, the bays are free to students with access on a firstcome, first-served basis. All bays are signed out from the Cage. You must sign out a bay from the Cage before using one. Further Information about Photography Studio Policy and Procedures available at the Cage. P H O T O G R A P H I C I M A G I N G C E N T R E IMA 233 The PIC facility houses photographic quality inkjet printers that can produce test prints and up to 13x19 prints. Students bring their digital files to this facility and print themselves. Note: There is a charge for all prints made. There is a price list posted at the facility. Also available are high end film scanners, allowing students in all three undergraduate and graduate programs, to scan film, both positive (slides) and negative, in all formats from 35mm to 8x10. Students wanting to use this facility must take a scheduled workshop first before they will be allowed access. Once you have taken the workshop your name will be added to our scanner list of eligible students. Access to PIC is done by a booking procedure where you simply PIC and ask for the time(s) you would like to scan. Your requests will be answered by return usually the same day. PIC s address: Hours of Operation: A schedule will be posted at the beginning of each term. Access: 2 nd, 3 rd, and 4 th year Image Arts students and graduate students. 13

14 Film Writing Centre IMA 230 Digital files can be output to slides or negatives in 35mm and 4x5 film formats. Note: There is a nominal charge for this service. Digital Printing Facility IMA 230 This facility provides photographic quality inkjet prints on a variety of different papers, in cut sheet sizes and roll format. The facility contains a number of large format printers capable of producing prints up to mural size. Students can bring their digital files to this facility and have their images output to a number of different paper surfaces. Please note that students do not print the files themselves. Note: There is a charge for all prints made. A price list is posted at the facility. You are welcome to come by during our open hours and we will be glad to answer any questions you may have about papers, file specifications and price. Payment for prints is handled two ways: 1) Through a voucher called a PIC Voucher, which you can obtain from the Cash Office in Jorgenson Hall. 2) Through the use of your ONE CARD. There is no cash or credit. Prints are only given out upon receipt of payment. Note: To load funds in your card, a ONE CARD deposit machine is conveniently located beside the Cage, IMA B-18. Hours of Operation: A schedule will be posted at the beginning of each term. Access: All Image Arts Students C O M P U T E R L A B S FCAD Graphics Lab (IMA 234) 35 imac stations with five flatbed scanners. Access: All students in the Faculty of Communication and Design. F I L M A N D E D I T I N G F A C I L I T I E S At many times during the day and evening, film editing labs are reserved for specific classes. The half-hour rule occurs when spare labs are released thirty minutes after a scheduled class commences. At this point, students who are not in the scheduled class are allowed to sign out unused facilities. When there is no class scheduled, these facilities are 14

15 free to students with access on a first-come, first-served basis. All lab keys are signed out from the Cage. Labs may be reserved in advance (with the exception of linear editing benches and the flatbed station), though classes have priority. All labs not reserved in advance are subject to availability. Please note that if you have not used the space by the first half hour of your booking, another student may take it and you will be penalized as a no-show (see the section on Fines and Penalties for more information). Junior Film Editing Room IMA mm editing benches with lockers including a splicer and film viewer. Access: All Film and New Media students. Non-linear Digital Editing Suites IMA , 349 All suites include one G5 with editing capability, M-box and network connectivity. Students must supply their own portable hard drive. A 500GB Hard drive with Firewire 400 port is highly recommended as a minimum. Students will be able to import, edit and burn projects to DVD or Blue Ray discs. Students will also provide their own headphones for this facility. The facilities are booked through the Equipment Cage when classes permit. Access: All Film and New Media students. M O T I O N P I C T U R E L A B IMA 327 Extension 6869 This facility houses a black and white motion picture film processor, a 16mm printer, a dark loading room, and film to digital transfer service. The film processor is temporarily unavailable; all 16mm processing and printing is done at an outside Lab. In-house 16mm digital transfer service from negative or positive - is available. Services and Fees The lab offers: normal negative processing, pushed processing (overdeveloped to compensate for underexposure), pulled processing (underdevelopment to compensate for overexposure), work printing or process only. Other services include: high contrast processing and printing, preparation for transfer, and transfer, etc. Please see the lab flyer for details and prices. NOTE: Super 16mm is considered a special process and must be clearly indicated on the envelope.. 15

16 Ryerson Motion Picture Lab Order Envelope Film processing envelopes are available at the Cage, and are stamped by the Cage. Make sure your name, student number and year are printed onto each envelope you use. This indicates to the lab that you are entitled to student prices. Fill it out clearly and entirely including contact information --, as incomplete information may delay your order. If you have pushed or pulled your film, the ASA Used box should reflect this. For example, Plus-X negative normally rated at 80 ASA daylight -- pushed one stop would mean that the ASA is 160. You should also state this change by checking push one stop in the Special Instructions section. Make sure you understand the principles behind pushing (and pulling) film before you try it, or ask at the Lab. Use only one envelope for all rolls that are to be processed the same way (same stock and ASA). Plastic Ziploc bags are available near the Lab drop box. Use these for multiple rolls with the Ryerson envelope inside. The Digital Transfer New Work Print section is for films that have already come back from the Lab. They require 3 feet of head & tail leader, clearly marked with your name, film title, and head and tail. We use this for identification. Leave the Film Type and ASA Used boxes empty and state whether the transfer is from negative or work print, and how many feet. The following is an example of the envelope you will receive from the Cage. Your name, course, year, section, customer ID and student number should already be printed onto the envelope. You will need to fill in the rest. Use this example as a guide. For more information regarding film processing please pick up a pamphlet from IMA 327 or the Cage. 1. For unprocessed film, indicate the film type, usually 7222 or XX. 16

17 You can drop off your film in the Lab drop-box any time the building is open, but the film is only picked up twice a week -- at 8 am on Monday and Wednesday -- and shipped to an outside Lab. Anything handed in after the deadline goes on the next available date. Processing Schedule 2. The actual rating that you use. If you pushed or pulled the stock, write that ASA here. 3. Estimate the total footage of all rolls submitted with the (one) envelope. 4. Indicate the process required by checking off the appropriate box. Because orders are processed and printed at an outside Lab, it is important to meet the 8 am deadlines in order for the film to be back in time for your class, add an extra day for orders that require digital transfers. If you do not drop your sprockets, etc.). film off by 8:00am - and you need work print -- you run the risk of falling up to four days behind. IN OUT Monday by 8:00 am Tuesday by 6pm Wednesday by 8:00 am Thursday by 6pm 5. Note anything here that deviates from the norm, e.g. film may be damaged., torn Digital Transfers Transfers are usually scheduled for Wednesdays and Fridays. Please check with the lab before dropping off your transfer order. Orders not properly set up with head and tail leader may be returned or a fee charged. Payment All orders are picked up at the Cage and are paid for in full with your Ryerson One Card (see the section on Survival Tips for more information) Contact the Lab You can go in person to IMA327, or call extension 6869, or send to Sound Stage IMA 301 The Ryerson Image Arts Sound Stage features 2800 sq. ft of open, sound-insulated workspace with seamless cyc walls, green screen, a dedicated silent ventilation system, Joy 50A and Twist-Lock 20A circuits, 17

18 fixed and movable lighting grids, a Colourtran programmable lighting board, 9 floor-to-ceiling sound-baffling travelers, an Arri articulated camera dolly, a 20 x 15 projection screen, a 40 moveable scaffolding, a film loading room and a full complement of props and 8 x4 flats and set pieces. There is a complete supply of lights, stands and ancillaries and a fully equipped set construction workshop adjacent to the sound stage. The Sound Stage is a bookable facility available to 2 nd, 3 rd, and 4 th year students who have completed the Sound Stage Safety Orientation Seminar. Students must complete a Sound Stage Application prior to booking this space for periods greater than 1 day. Scheduled classes, including Continuing Education courses, retain priority during Sound Stage use. Additional training is required for use of the Scaffolding, Camera Dolly, Lighting Grids, and Colourtrans. Electrical Safety rules, proper rigging practices, appropriate set construction and general sound stage discipline must be observed at all times. Hours of Operation: 8 am to 9:30 pm Monday to Thursday (lights out / doors locked by 9:45 pm) 8 am to 5:30 pm Friday and Saturday Access: 2 nd, 3 rd and 4 th year Film and Media students. Recording and Mixing Studio (IMA 302) Multi-track digital recording and mixing facilities including a professional studio and a Foley Pit. Space is booked through the Equipment Cage when classes permit, for 3 rd and 4 th year Film and New Media students. Note that part of this area is undergoing renovations and will be closed until January N E W M E D I A S T U D I O S IMA 322, 323, 325 These facilities include a multi-purpose production studio for 4 th year students, with a lighting grid and digital projection capability, a room for soldering, assembly and light construction, and a space for installation and presentation purposes. New Media students have access to the studios once they complete a Safety Orientation. The facilities are signed out by students through the Equipment Cage when classes permit and are not booked for special presentations. 18

19 C A R P E N T R Y W O R K S H O P IMA 305 This facility contains woodworking equipment and tools that can be used for the construction of set pieces, installations, etc. It is open under supervision one day per week. Access is available to all Image Arts students who have completed a mandatory Workshop Orientation. Power equipment and tools must be used as directed by the Image Arts Workshop Technician. Students must have an official orientation to the tools and safety procedures. All tools and equipment are solely the property of the Workshop, therefore they may not be removed from the facility. Hours of Operation: A schedule will be posted at the beginning of each term. The following technical support staff operates this facility: Joseph Lammirato, Workshop Technician, IMA 305. S T U D E N T L O U N G E A R E A S Access: All Image Arts Students. First Floor Student Study Lounge IMA This is a shared student space with Wi-Fi access, work tables and comfortable seating, so feel free to use the space and make it your own. Student Meeting Galleries Three study areas are located at the northeast/northwest corners on the 2 nd floor of the IMA building, as well as the northeast corner on the 3 rd floor. The spaces include smart boards (large screen monitors) for students to use for demos, post-production and works-in-progress. Contact the Cage to gain access for the smart boards. The Pit IMA B 20C The Pit is an open space located across the Cage for students and professors to use for study sessions and class demonstrations. 19

20 Taking Precautions SAFETY AND SECURITY Equipment Hazards It is mandatory that you attend all in-class workshops offering training on equipment that you will need to complete your course work. Specialty workshops are available for non-course specific equipment. For your protection and the protection of others, you cannot sign out equipment without the appropriate clearance. Training is crucial, as certain equipment such as studio lighting could seriously injure you or someone else if used improperly. If you damage something, you are responsible for the cost of repairs and you will lose access to Cage privileges until payment is received. It is important that all students read and understand the section on Property and Liability Insurance in this handbook. In addition to the specific hands-on training, you will be taught general guidelines for safety that are equally important. Guidelines include things like how to safely position a tripod, lay down cables or raise and lower the height of studio lights without crushing your hand, you will avoid many accidents in the future. The following are some safety precautions to keep in mind when using equipment: Never use equipment you have not been instructed on or may be unfamiliar with. Always inspect equipment for damage (e.g. exposed wires) before using. Do not attempt to repair broken or damaged equipment. Report any problems to a qualified technician or to the cage. 20

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