If you have a macbook with a thunderbolt connection (newer then mid 2011), you can use a lab iMac as an external monitor.
To make it happen:
1. Attach a thunderbolt cable between the iMac and macbook in rooms 224 or room 229. Any of the larger 27” iMacs.
2. Simultaneously press the Command key along with the F2 key. You should now see your laptop screen extended to the iMac. Mirror display if desired.
3. When finished, simply disconnect cable.
lyndaCampus is a school-wide version of lynda.com, an online training library of over 80,000 video-based tutorials on over 1400 software titles.
As a Visual Arts instructor, staff member or student, you have access to the full lynda.com library including exercise files.
March 9,2014 – March 15, 2014
Project Space, Second Floor
Flowers in a box: a poem from behind the wallpaper
ByAmy Schmierbach 1999
Wall Paper samples
He likes you
By Indigo Som 1996
Inspired by fortune cookies
Let’s explore the world.
Visit Earth’s greatest places.
Won’t that be so fun?
Welcome to New York.
Universal melting pot.
To London, England.
Everyone’s so smart and rich.
Home of The Beatles.
Next stop, Paris, France.
Land of art, love, and fashion.
The City of Light.
Number four, Egypt.
There’s sand, pyramids, and sand.
Yeah, it’s that sandy.
China, what a beaut.
The Great Wall is really great.
Drink tea, feel some silk.
Where the past meets the present.
Where the sun rises.
It’s a big big world.
Everyone on this blue rock.
Is truly our friend.
The Lab (and the building) will be closed Friday November 29th due to maintenance.
Everything should be back before Saturday afternoon. *UPDATE* EVERYTHING IS BACK UP! -s
I was asked to share this on behalf of the Media class Matthew Schlanger will be visiting on Wednesday, November 13th, from 3-6pm in CSB Room 331. All are welcome to attend – please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can check out his work at http://www.matthewschlanger.com and http://www.blackhammer.com.