Facilities

IMAP and The Media Arts Department of New Jersey City University in Fries Hall house a full color, broadcast-quality television studio; digital media labs, radio and audio production facilities, and 16mm film production facilities. The facilities have a studio/classroom for multi-media production, and two large projection/seminar rooms for weekly screenings. Completing the Department are AVID and Final Cut Pro video editing suites linked by a fiber-channel server, two MAC labs for digital media production, Pro-Tools sound editing, and 16mm Steenbeck editing suites. We recently acquired a SONY F5 digital cinema camera and upgraded the TV Production Studio. IMAP students enjoy full access graduate lounge, with private work areas and screening/discussion space.

The George Karnoutsos Arts and Sciences Hall designed by renowned architect Michael Graves adjacent to Fries Hall features the new 2000 square foot audio studios of the Media Arts Department. This state-of-the art audio facility houses a live recording studio, radio control rooms, and a multi-track post-production suite. The facility was custom designed by John Storyk and Associates, five time winner of Mixmagazine’s Technical Excellence + Creativity (TEC) Award in Acoustic Studio/ Facility Design. Storyk and Associates has overseen the studio designs at institutions such as NPR and Thirteen/WNET as well as the home recording studios for Stevie Wonder, Rick Rubin, and Whitney Houston.

Main Workshop Seminar Room

IMAP lounge: main workshop/seminar room

IMAP lounge during a lecture by Kristin Lucas

IMAP lounge: Lecture by Kristin Lucas

Private student work areas and cubicles

Students are encouraged to create they own private work areas

Roddy Bogawa demonstrating film cameras to a group of students

Roddy Bogawa demonstrating 16 mm film cameras

Television Studio ladders set up to adjust lights

Television Studio

Student production underway in the television studio

Students production in televison studio

Media Arts department lobby

Media Arts Department lobby

Central Distribution Students Checking Out the Equipment

Central Distribution: students checking out the equipment

The George Karnoutsos Arts and Sciences Hall designed by renowned architect Michael Graves adjacent to Fries Hall features the new 2000 square foot audio studios of the Media Arts Department. This state-of-the art audio facility houses a live recording studio, radio control rooms, and a multi-track post-production suite. The facility was custom designed by John Storyk and Associates, five time winner of Mixmagazine's Technical Excellence + Creativity (TEC) Award in Acoustic Studio/ Facility Design. Storyk and Associates has overseen the studio designs at institutions such as NPR and Thirteen/WNET as well as the home recording studios for Stevie Wonder, Rick Rubin, and Whitney Houston.

Student in one of the Sound Labs

Sound Lab 1

Sound Lab machine dials

Sound Lab 2

 

Film Editing Station

Film editing station