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MMAS Resources

Download User Agreement Form at the bottom of this page.

Library of Digital Art

Our lending library is open. You must register with us to borrow our books.

In addition to a wide range of technical manuals and educational text books, we are a building our collection of digital art titles:

  • A Touch of Code: Interactive Installations and Experiences, R. Klanten et. al, eds.
  • Art & Electronic Media, Edward Shanken, ed.
  • Art of the Digital Age, Bruce Wands
  • Digital Art, Christiane Paul
  • Internet Art, Rachel Greene
  • Light & Lens: Photography in the Digital Age
  • Making Art of Databases, Manovich, Massumi, Lozano-Hemmer, Ryan, Doruff
  • New Media Art, Mark Tribe & Reena Jana
  • Photoart: Photography in the 21st Century, Uta Grosenick and Thomas Seelig
  • Sensorium: Embodies Experience, Technology, and Contemporary Art
  • SewElectric

Apple iMac computers (13)

  • 21.5 inch screen
  • 2.5 Ghz Intel Core i5
  • 8 GB RAM
  • System: OS 10.8 & 10.9
  • Dual boot: Windows 8


  • Adobe After Effects (3 seats only)Adobe Creative Suite 6
  • Cinema 4D
  • Dreamweaver
  • Flash
  • Illustrator
  • InDesign
  • Photoshop
  • Adobe Lightroom
  • Adobe Acrobat Pro
  • Audacity
  • iMovie
  • iStop Motion Animation (by Boinx)
  • iPhoto
  • Final Cut Pro 
  • Microsoft Office 
  • Picasa
  • Processing
  • Scratch 2
  • Vuescan Professional
  • and more

Photo Quality Inkjet Printers

  • Epson Stylus Photo 1400 and 1430 (12)
  • Epson Stylus Pro 3880
  • Epson Surecolor P800 wide format (1)

Epson flatbed scanners

  • Epson 4490 Photo (2, letter size, with film adapters)
  • Epson Perfection 4550 (2, letter size with film adapters)
  • GT-20000 (A3 size, reflective only)

3D Printers

  • Makerbot Replicator 2 (2)
  • 3D Systems Cube
  • PrinterBot Metal Simple

3D Scanner

  • Matter and Form 3D Scanner


  • T3i Canon Rebel dSLR (1)
  • T5i Canon Rebel dSLR (2)
  • T6i Canon Rebel dSLR (1)
  • Nikon D70 dSLR
  • Canon VIXIA HF R500 (12)


  • Acer Portable Digital Projector
  • Apple iPad 2 (x 2)
  • Apple iPad 3 (x 2)
  • Olympus WS-700M Digital Voice Recorders
  • Zoom Recorder
  • Physical Computing Resources (including Arduino, Makey Makey, SparkFun and SparkleLabs kits, Inventabling project kits, & various LEDs, switches, and sensors)
  • Pico Pocket Projector
  • Roland GX-24 Vinyl Cutter
  • Wacom Bamboo Pen & Touch Tablets

Additional resources, both software and hardware, are being added. Please check back often.

Use and Policy Agreement

User Agreement Form 

MMAS Use Agreement

Please register at the MMAS by signing the Use and Policy Agreement (pdf link above). Bring the form to the studio on your first visit to get your account number. Please be prepared to show your TC/Columbia University ID at that first visit.

MMAS policies are based on computer lab policies set by CIS for student computer labs at Teachers College. Some additional procedures are specified as well, particularly with regard to asset management. Please be aware that students must own and use removable hard drives. No personal data can be stored on the computers in the MMAS. Please ask if you have any questions about this policy.

Please note that only students in the Program in Art and Art Education are able to register for studio use.

Print Policy

In order to maintain the photo quality inkjet printers at the MMAS we’ve instituted the following paper and print-cost policy.

1) Only Epson brand inkjet papers can be used in the studio unless explicit prior arrangements have been made with an instructor and with the studio staff.

2) Students who want to use the photo printers must establish that they have paid a course fee, or that they are matriculated in the Art and Art Education Program, prior to their first printing session. Some paper types are available at the studio. Other papers may be used but only Epson papers are pre-approved; all other papers must be pre-approved by the studio coordinator before arriving in the studio to print. Normal printing is encouraged at no cost; special projects or large quantity printing may incur costs. Please check with your instructor and the studio coordinator before beginning your projects.