Equipment for photography, holography, video, and media arts -except the ones already installed or equipped in other rooms- is stored and lent to students.
The lab serves as work room for digital arts. It is also used as classroom for digital picture, basic video editing, and computer programming.
The rooms are for video editing and post-production at a professional level. Two rooms are equipped with Toaster video editing system. Speed Edit and Adobe premier programs are installed in each room. There is also a room for lecture, screening and video editing. The room has a sound mixer, with which students work on sounds recorded by external devices, and an audio system which they use with sound software.
The room gives students a chance to understand and experience hologram. Two courses, "Light and Hologram", and "Space and Holography" are offered. Students learn how hologram works and experience the process of shooting laser on film and developing it. By learning those techniques, students are able to utilize a wider range of tools when they work.
Students effectively express their ideas, by identifying the characteristics of wood materials and getting familiar with various carpenter machines.
Based on the understanding of the characteristics metal materials, students create various sculpture works using welding and cutting machines.
Database of design, sculpture, and arts pieces enables the works previously done by hand to be processed by computerized machines. A variety of materials and chemicals are utilized along with technical support from related companies. For computer programs, CAD, CAM, and DNC are used. Students create works aided by CNC machine, RP print, laser-cutter, 3D coordinate measuring , vacuum casting & forming and flat engraving machines, mini shelf, and painting booth.
There are two rooms: for copperplate print and silkscreen and for wood cut and lithography. For lithography, in particular, a large amount of marble from Germany is used in classes.
Melting furnace, which heats up and melts down glass, enables students to make a variety of works using hot working techniques. In addition, they experience various genres of glass craft through casting and cold working techniques using furnace.
Students make ceramics with various techniques from basic forming (using soil) to casting (using gypsum mold). There are rooms for ceramic forming, wheel throwing, casting, and glazing. A furnace room has several gas- and electric-furnaces.
This room for architectural design is complete with five large-sized plotters, laser printers and scanners.
At the gallery in Anguk-dong are various exhibitions held for: the graduation works of the School; the winners of Gallery 175 competition; individual artists; international exchanges; and the plans of the Center for Visual Studies. It provides students and graduates a chance to work as artist or curator while serving as a venue for presenting a broad range of arts.
The gallery is open to all students who want to participate with their exhibition plans. Every semester, students hold exhibitions in the gallery for themselves in which they experience the whole process of the exhibition. It is an expanded venue for their practice.