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Medialab
The most central laboratory at The Jutland Art Academy is Medialab, a digital workshop where our students work with text and graphic design, digital photo editing, video editing, sound editing, home pages, inter active art, multimedia etc. In this laboratory you will find a number of work stations, all with the latest software installed. The assistent attached to the laboratory can – apart from maintaining the equipment – assist the students both practically and technically. Medialab is used for  educational purposes, workshops and individual projects. The laboratory is at the students disposal 24 hours a day.

Most students use the laboratory on a regular basis,  regardless of their preferred discipline. Photography and video are among the most frequently used media within contemporary art.  Graphic design and digital photo editing are – to some extent – an importent issue in much of the students artistic practice. During each semester the academy introduces a broad range of introductory and advanced courses in the use of software and equipment. In charge of Medialab and its facilities you will find Ebbe Stub Wittrup.


Multilab
In Multilab you will gain access to a wide range of tools and machines that can work with tree, metal, plaster etc. In Multilab you work on your own, however, you can get advice and assistance from the Multilab adviser; Claus Rasmussen. Furthermore, Multilab currently offers couses in various techniques.


SpLab
Special Laboratorium for Art and Public.

SpLab is a room at the Jutland Art Academy where meetings between the academy and the outside world can take place. Since SpLab first started in 2002, it has made room for development, exchange and a discussion of ideas, phenomena, ways of presenting a problem relevant to contemporary art in general and the academy in particular.

The SpLab programme is prepared by students and all activities are open to the public. In SpLab you will meet exhibitions, concerts, workshops and discussions, all involving students, experts, guests, stars, friends, leaders and sometimes just people passing by.

Go to the SpLab website for activities and programme:
link > www.splab.dk

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