InterMedia Arts Group Innovation Network
The IMAGINE project provides opportunities for integrating technology into the arts at Wheaton, with a network of high-tech and traditional creative hubs across campus and opportunities for student-faculty collaboration.
Opportunities for Students and Faculty
IMAGINE also provides funding for course development and student/faculty collaboration across the arts and sciences:
- Makerspace Mobile Museum Submission Form: opportunity for students to display projects made in an IMAGINE network facility around the Wheaton campus
Note: To access this Google Form, you’ll need to provide your Wheaton wID and email password.
- Student/Faculty Special Interest Groups: Students collaborate with faculty on a project that bridges the arts and sciences. Funding available for school-year or summer work.
Get in touch with IMAGINE
Email us at: email@example.com.
(Humanities, Arts and Technology Creative Hub)
Located in Meneely; houses virtual and augmented reality devices, Oculus Rift VR gear and Tobii eye tracking technology, as well as two 85-inch LED monitors.
Located in two rooms of the Science Center, known as Wheaton’s central makerspace. It houses a laser cutter and engraver; two 3-D printers; a 3-D scanner; a scanning design computer; and more. The adjacent Machine Shop features additional equipment.
Kresge Experimental Theatre—Multimedia performance venue
Sculpture studio—Woodworking, metalworking, ceramics and more
Graphic design lab—Digital arts and video resources
Ellison Dance Studio—Teaching and rehearsal space for dance and performing arts
WCCS radio station and recording studio—Student-run recording studio