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1. Digital media

1.1. Photography

1.1.1. green screen x2

1.1.2. Tripods

1.1.3. computer for editing high end spec-ed Macpro for digital

1.1.4. Large table for the Mac pro

1.1.5. digital camera x3 digital slr Canon or Nikon

1.1.6. digital projector for conversion of the room to a mini theater on occasions - some lounge chairs as well.

1.1.7. lighting

1.1.7.1. 3 lighting - moveable on stands, some spots

1.1.7.2. 3 boom mounted lights (fixed)

1.1.8. 1SLR Nikon d90 and Cannon a3

1.2. Graphic design

1.2.1. Graphic Design Studio

1.2.1.1. Mac pros lan connected for heavier digital work - unsure of specs

1.2.1.2. other special Furniture

1.2.1.3. Other toys

1.2.1.4. Harkness table

1.2.2. local storage - server?

1.2.3. Rooms

1.2.3.1. Computer studio

1.2.3.1.1. Desktop computers

1.2.3.1.2. local server?

1.2.3.1.3. software?

1.2.3.1.4. Printers - large format?

1.2.3.2. some Starbucks style seating

1.2.3.3. Room besides the digital studio

1.2.3.3.1. animation?

1.2.3.4. light proofing on rooms

1.2.4. Courses

1.2.4.1. IGCSE Graphic Design

1.2.4.1.1. 10

1.2.4.1.2. 9

1.2.4.2. FIB

1.2.4.3. 11/12

1.2.4.3.1. Graphic Design

1.2.4.3.2. Industrial Design

1.2.4.3.3. Architecture

1.2.4.4. MS

1.2.5. students will be working within

1.2.5.1. Graphic design

1.2.5.2. Game grapic design

1.2.5.3. advertising and marketting

1.2.5.4. industrial design

1.3. small room next to photo studio

1.3.1. animation benches/stages class set

1.3.2. sound proofing

1.3.3. Room modifications

1.3.3.1. room 1 converted to control room - glass widow through to the photo studio? - unsure whether this is needed

1.3.4. Boinx TV and iStop motion

2. Elem room Andrew

2.1. painting and drawing also for other rooms except ceramics

2.1.1. materials

2.1.1.1. acrylic artist student grade

2.1.1.1.1. acrylic mediums

2.1.1.2. variety all styles and types of brushes, sets of flat brushes, and sets of round 4-0 fine brushes

2.1.1.3. oil paints

2.1.1.3.1. oil paints mediums

2.1.1.4. canvas

2.1.1.5. water color paints

2.1.1.5.1. water color mediums

2.1.1.6. food dye in powder form

2.1.1.7. Papers, colored, cartridge, etc

2.1.2. equipment

2.1.2.1. palette stands - can be built into a sink top of a cupboard with a drip tray using the concept in the picture attach this can also be installed later

2.1.2.2. water pots large and small

2.1.2.3. palettes

2.1.2.3.1. oil and acrylic palettes that fit storage stands durable plastic

2.1.2.4. some art school easels

3. drawing

3.1. conte and charcoal

3.2. all kinds of pencilspencils color, graphite, fine line makers

3.3. ink and pens

4. Ceramics room

4.1. taller heavy duty wooden top tables if possible

4.2. this is a wet environment(electrical safety)

4.3. floor drainage if possible

4.4. clay trap in sinks

4.5. deep sink to floor

4.6. pug mill

4.7. plaster slab table

4.8. Kiln

4.8.1. shelving heavy duty

4.9. Drying room

4.9.1. shelving heavy duty

4.10. tools

4.10.1. sponges

4.10.2. buckets 20 or so

4.10.3. rolling pins 20

4.10.4. modeling tools class set

4.10.5. workstation clay boards 100

4.10.6. wires for cutting 20

4.10.7. wet bins for clay storage

4.11. wheels 3-4

5. painting and drawing also for other rooms except ceramics

5.1. materials

5.1.1. acrylic artist student grade

5.1.1.1. acrylic mediums

5.1.2. variety all styles and types of brushes, sets of flat brushes, and sets of round 4-0 fine brushes

5.1.3. oil paints

5.1.3.1. oil paints mediums

5.1.4. canvas

5.1.5. water color paints

5.1.5.1. water color mediums

5.1.6. drawing

5.1.6.1. conte and charcoal

5.1.6.2. all kinds of pencilspencils color, graphite, fine line makers

5.1.6.3. ink and pens

5.1.7. food dye in powder form

5.1.8. Papers, colored, cartridge, etc

5.2. equipment

5.2.1. palette stands - can be built into a sink top of a cupboard with a drip tray using the concept in the picture attach this can also be installed later

5.2.2. water pots large and small

5.2.3. palettes

5.2.3.1. oil and acrylic palettes that fit storage stands durable plastic and wood

5.2.3.1.1. water color palettes

5.2.3.1.2. oil color palettes

5.2.4. some art school easels

6. sinks, ventilation, projector, cupboards with bench tops(stainless tops) 2 large project tables, melamine tables(large), map draws for student work

7. general classrooms - some specialist areas added

7.1. room 1

7.1.1. screen printing bias

7.1.1.1. screen printing

7.1.1.1.1. materials

7.1.1.1.2. equipment

7.2. room 2

7.2.1. block printing bias

7.2.1.1. block and etching(drypoint)

7.2.1.1.1. equipement

7.3. room 3

7.3.1. Screen printing with T shirt machine

7.3.1.1. MS

7.4. room 4

7.5. room 5

7.5.1. IB room 11-12

7.5.1.1. student work stations the picture is a guide the figure provides approx scale

7.5.1.2. class set art school easels

7.5.1.3. large map or project tables 2-4

7.5.1.4. life drawing

7.5.1.4.1. bench easels

7.5.1.5. canvas

7.5.1.6. role of brown card if available

7.6. Elem room Margot

7.6.1. painting and drawing also for other rooms except ceramics

7.6.1.1. materials

7.6.1.1.1. acrylic artist student grade

7.6.1.1.2. variety all styles and types of brushes, sets of flat brushes, and sets of round 4-0 fine brushes

7.6.1.1.3. oil paints

7.6.1.1.4. canvas

7.6.1.1.5. water color paints

7.6.1.1.6. drawing

7.6.1.1.7. food dye in powder form

7.6.1.1.8. Papers, colored, cartridge, etc

7.6.1.2. equipment

7.6.1.2.1. palette stands - can be built into a sink top of a cupboard with a drip tray using the concept in the picture attach this can also be installed later

7.6.1.2.2. water pots large and small

7.6.1.2.3. palettes

7.6.1.2.4. some art school easels

8. ceramics

8.1. materials

8.1.1. clays

8.1.2. glazes pre mixed

8.2. equipment

8.2.1. kiln

8.2.2. banding wheels

8.2.3. wheels

8.2.4. Battons

8.2.5. wooden base boards share and round

8.2.6. plastic tubs

8.2.7. sponges

8.2.8. tools including callipers etc

8.2.9. cut off wires

9. curriculum

9.1. k-5

9.1.1. Campus offering

9.2. 6-8

9.2.1. Modified MYP

9.2.1.1. course outlines done

9.2.1.2. standards done

9.3. 9-10

9.3.1. IGCSEs

9.3.1.1. 9 starting IGCSEs

9.3.1.2. 10 for students beginning in 2012 in grade 10

9.4. 11/12

9.4.1. IB dip

9.4.1.1. 2012-13

9.4.1.1.1. Grade 11

9.4.1.2. 2013-14

9.4.1.2.1. Grade12

10. general room ideas

10.1. workshop

10.1.1. spray booth

10.1.1.1. overhead and if poss ground level ventilation

10.1.1.2. sealable room

10.1.2. tools for sculpture and framing etc

10.1.2.1. drop saw

10.1.2.2. bench saw

10.1.2.3. battery drill/drive

10.1.2.4. Hand tools

10.1.2.4.1. hammer

10.1.2.4.2. saw

10.1.2.4.3. screw drivers

10.1.2.4.4. chisels

10.1.2.4.5. craft knives

10.1.2.4.6. glue guns

10.1.2.4.7. airless sprayer

10.2. decor

10.2.1. classrooms

10.2.1.1. mostly white

10.2.1.2. walls floor etc

10.2.1.2.1. track lighting if possible around the room

10.2.1.2.2. vinyl flooring - tough and stain resistant

10.2.2. foyer

10.2.2.1. mostly warm off white

10.2.3. stairwell

10.2.3.1. some sticker style images leading to the department

10.2.4. classrooms

10.2.4.1. doors on cupboards for changeable artwork

10.3. safety and art

10.3.1. dangerous chemicals disposal

10.3.2. water and power

10.3.3. ventilation

10.3.4. lockable spaces

10.3.5. student not to use any powered workshop tools

11. displays

11.1. art foyer

11.1.1. white walls with down light above at regular intervals or track lighting

11.1.2. floor to ceiling enclave to hide other work and items for the gallery

11.2. school environment

11.2.1. permanent display cases and boards in line with whole school design

11.3. gallery

11.3.1. Foyer any others that we can take responsibility for

11.4. Display herd (movable cubicles that can be wheeled all over the college

12. Initiatives no time frame

12.1. artist in residence

12.1.1. selection process

12.1.1.1. application

12.1.1.1.1. cv

12.1.1.1.2. proposal

12.1.1.1.3. leaving a work in the school

12.1.1.2. requirements

12.1.1.2.1. work with students

12.1.1.2.2. leave and exibition or public work of some kind

12.1.1.2.3. submit a budget to the school

12.1.2. what is the school offering

12.1.2.1. space to work and facilities

12.1.2.1.1. supply of materials and technical staff

12.1.2.2. accommodation?

12.1.2.3. stipend?

12.1.2.4. introduction to the school

12.1.3. artist in a fish bowl concept?

12.1.3.1. camera on the work space 24/7 log in anytime to see

12.1.3.2. messages can be sent to the artist

12.1.3.3. Only the work area is on line

12.1.4. patron

12.1.4.1. lover of the arts

12.1.4.2. some one with high profile

12.2. international art prize

12.2.1. aquisitive

12.2.2. professional

12.2.3. fee to enter

12.2.4. international judges

12.2.5. Black tie opening

12.3. art curriculum training events

12.3.1. IB

12.3.2. visiting artists

12.4. Web presence for student work

12.5. publication of student work

12.5.1. school yearbook

12.5.2. stand alone annual

13. Staffing K-12

13.1. generalist art with ceramics

13.1.1. Rebecca Maynard

13.2. HS - Lawrence McGrath

13.3. Elementary specialist - Margot Marks

13.4. Elementary specialist - Andrew Mockett

13.5. MS - Head, Sarah

13.6. HOD - Steve HIckey

13.7. TA - Mark Kauffman 2013 August

14. Storage room

14.1. main materials

14.1.1. paper shelving

14.1.1.1. Paper storage shelves - they are strong and comfortably bigger than A1

14.1.2. general shelving

14.1.2.1. these need to be well built with a variety of hights - well build adjustable can be the best

14.2. Lockable spaces and shelving designated by sector

14.3. have a shop style counter in one wall and a shelf with access both sides (inside store and into public access) that also can be locked on the outside - make dispensing easier - the double access shelf can be used to make materials available and accessible to students and restocked as necessary

14.4. Do we need more than one?

15. Media room (TV room)

15.1. Flat screen tv

15.1.1. viewing animations

15.1.2. sharing video for diploma

15.1.3. watching video in small groups

15.1.4. history and theory

15.1.5. open access to senior students

15.2. Shelves

15.2.1. books

15.2.2. Journals

15.3. DVD player

15.3.1. capable of playing mp3 mp4 avi mov etc.

15.4. Apple tv?

15.4.1. ipad usability

15.5. Digital wireless projector

15.5.1. easy of sharing media content amongst smaller groups - no physical connections

15.6. Starbuck style chairs (some 5?)

16. Sculpure fabrications 3D...

16.1. Where

16.1.1. deck

16.1.1.1. need cover

16.1.1.2. lock up

16.1.1.3. power - safety

16.1.1.4. needs to be impossible to throw things off the side

16.1.2. instide space - maybe the prep room in the ceramics area

16.2. What

16.2.1. welding, screwing sawing for students, assembling...

16.3. Who

16.3.1. TA to over see and mansge with all teachers involved with safe use rules

16.4. How

16.4.1. need to do a plan with specs and what we need