The spark lab is an experimental, uncurated space, that is open to
any student or student group. The
lab serves to nurture and promote
the possibilities within art and design practices under the guidance of
Exhibit your work, prototype a project, create an installation, curate a show, host an open critique or workshop, or use the space as a performance area. We provide the catalyst for you to ignite your passion.
*Bright ideas begin here.
With limited options for students to display practice and process on campus, housed in the Fed Galleries of the WNF building, spark lab is open to all students and student groups interested in gaining applied experience.
Self-discovery and reflection are essential to the creative process. The Spark Lab is a dynamic, experimental space, presenting a constant flux of vital programming that nurtures and promotes the vast possibilities within art and design practices.
Each week a new student or student group occupies the space in order to continue developing their creative skills while also generating and inspiring fieldwork.
•To provide an atmosphere that supports
student's creations and collaborative efforts.
•To provide a space where students can practice
their developing skills and concepts.
•To generate and inspire fieldwork.
•To provide a hive mind of resources related to
gallery opportunities, installations, professional
artwork presentation, and gallery protocol.