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The Graduate Research Lab (Grad Lab) is a resource for MICA graduate students interested in using technology. The Grad Lab has computer workstations, an Electronics Project Room, a Print Lab, a Sound Studio,Video Editing Suites and an equipment checkout with a wide variety of video, audio, multimedia, and still camera equipment for checkout. The lab is staffed by a rotating group of Graduate Student Technical Assistants (Techs) and is headed by the Graduate Research Lab Coordinator. Students can use the Grad Lab's resources to conduct their own research in technology through using the Lab's resources, attending workshops, making appointments for one-on-one tutorials, and through an online database of articles called "the research database" that contains information on various technologies and their use in art.


The Grad Lab, Equipment Checkout, Computer Lab and Print Lab resources are available for students enrolled in a graduate program at MICA. An active MICA Graduate ID card is required to enter the Grad Lab, to check out equipment or to use computer and printing resources.


The Graduate Research Lab is staffed by MICA Graduate Student Technical Assistants and run by a full-time Coordinator. The staff of Graduate Student Technical Assistants (GTAs) expand to as many as 11 during the semester and shrink to as few as one during interim sessions.

Graduate Research Lab Coordinator

The Graduate Research Lab Coordinator is tasked with overseeing the Grad Lab's physical resources, electronic assets and the Grad Lab staff. The current Grad Lab Coordinator is Patrick Hunt and can be reached by phone or Email through the contact information listed below.

Patrick Hunt