Resources for Media Arts Students at Lane

So I recently learned that there’s a lot more for me to know about the media arts resources. And where they’re located. But I’m not gonna actually give you directions. Just pictures. ?

This is the Equipment Checkout desk in building 18. Pretty chill people there. Unfortunately for me, I don’t take any classes that grant me access to the good stuff.
This is what is known as the “Blue Cyc Wall”. I like this angle mainly because of that yellow square on the ground. Reminded me of Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
This is the Student Engagement Center, or at least its sign. The room itself is pretty fun, but I didn’t want to take pictures of people, so.
This is the art gallery. I didn’t know this place existed until today. It smells really good in that building.
The Art-O-Mat. Sounds very 1940’s. Or 50’s? I forget.
This is the reference sign in the library. Again, I don’t like taking pictures of people that much. So I got one of the sign.
The silver sculpture by the Health and Wellness building. Reminded me of various sci-fi movies like Arrival. Not sure why.
This is the sign for Mary Jo Kreindel’s office. She’s actually a pretty chill person. I met her.
This is the Media Creation Lab. In the center building. This place was a pain to find.
I met Judy Gates when I took this. She seemed busy, so I just resided to a picture of the sign.
I’m pretty sure my teacher would recognize her own office. But just in case, this is Teresa’s office. Forgot her last name though. Oh well.
This is the sign by the Student First building. Pretty nice introductory type picture. If that makes sense. Probably not.
My phone. HTC 626 Desire. Don’t get one of these. They’re bad.