Photography graduate students in the ASU Herberger Institute School of Art have a dedicated shared work space measuring 2,500 square feet within easy walking distance to campus. Each student gets a key to the common space with a relatively open floor plan and has a designated small personal studio space within, redivided each term based on the number of students. The studio is equipped with a computer and wide format printer. The building has a telephone, wireless internet and is available for your use 24 hours a day. You can use this space for various reasons, including test installations and sequences, to make work and assemble finished pieces. The photographic seminar often convenes in the graduate studios to discuss artwork in progress.