Facilities
Excellent Facilities and Ideal Environment for Creating
and Developing Products

There are five workshops and one studio to create expertly-made objects of high quality. These facilities are supervised by special staff to advise and support students.

Print Workshop
Students are free to create drawings, illustrations, silk screens and woodblock prints under the supervision of instructors and special staff. It is used mostly for hands-on practice during regular class lessons.
Model Workshop
Objects are created from clay, plaster or foam material under the supervision of instructors and special staff. It is used mostly to practice modeling during regular class lessons.
Wood Workshop
Students are free to create wood products by hand by using tools for woodwork such as tabletop drills, belt sanders, and sanding machines. Classes held here include Formative Design II, various hands-on practice sessions and graduation projects. For cutting large pieces of wood, students can use the wood workshop in the back.
Metal Workshop
Tools such as an arc welding machine, plasma fusion machine, gas welding machine, milling machine, coke oven, and compressor are available for students to use in shaping shape metallic materials by hand. Classes held here include Formative Design II, various hands-on practice sessions and graduation projects. To cut large pieces, students can use the metal workshop in the back.
Pottery Workshop
Equipment such as an electric oven, electric potter’s wheel, potter’s wheel for plaster materials, vacuum mixing machine, vacuum kneading machine, and glazing booth are available for students to use in making ceramic or plaster creations.
Photography Studio
This studio is used for producing photographs or filming models (photographing, developing and printing). It can also be used as a photo gallery. The studio contains various types of equipment used for photography as well as a monochrome darkroom.