NOTICE > Due to COVID19, the AT2D Lab is closed. For more information, please visit UArk’s coronavirus website for updates.
Loring is available for assistance with file preparation, problem-solving, and any questions related to the AT2D Lab via email or Skype for Business. You may contact Loring via email at email@example.com for help or to set up an appointment. Thank you for your patience and understanding!
The AT2D Lab has an open-door policy for during monitor hours for all students currently enrolled in courses in the School of Art and for staff and faculty in the School of Art. The AT2D Lab does not provide access to individuals not affiliated with the University of Arkansas unless it serves an educational objective for the University. Current scheduled monitored hours can be found outside of the door at FNAR 323 or below. Graduate students have 24 hour access to the lab outside of monitor hours. Undergraduates are not permitted to work in the lab even when a graduate student is present.
When a monitor is not present and a student needs to use a computer, Mullins Library, the Arkansas Union, and JB Hunt have labs that are open to everyone. If a student needs to use a large format printer when no monitor is present, one is available at the Student Technology Center. Other information about Tech Spot Labs on campus can be found here.
This is a communal lab and it requires a group effort to maintain. Please treat the space with respect, monitor the equipment during the duration of use, and clean up after yourself.
Student Monitors are available to solve machine issues and offer basic help with printing and scanning. Lab supervisor, Loring Taoka, can help with more complex issues and is also available by appointment. The instructional support for the lab also serves as faculty within the School of Art. As a general rule, AT2D Lab Monitors are not available on University of Arkansas holidays.