The Brandeis post baccalaureate program has an off-campus building, Prospect Street, with individual studios, a large critique space, a wood shop, a printshop, storage, two Mac computer stations, and a small kitchen. The majority of the program’s curriculum occurs in Prospect Street. Students also have access to facilities on Brandeis’ campus. Goldman Schwartz, located on main campus, has a media lab, large print studio, and a wood and metal shop.
Every student who enrolls in the program has a large private studio within Prospect Street. The building is available to students 24 hours a day. The building is locked and secured.
All post baccalaureate students have access to the sculpture shop in both Prospect Street and Goldman Schwartz. The shop in Prospect Street has the usual power tools and a complete woodworking area as well as a large outdoor workspace for large scale sculptures. The shop in Goldman Schwartz has not only a complete woodworking area but also a complete welding area.
Our facilities are equipped for several methods of printmaking. In Prospect Street, students have 24 hour access to a small print studio with a press that allows students to print etched plates, monotypes, and relief prints. In Goldman Schwartz, students have the space to do methods such as relief, intaglio, serigraphy, and lithography. Students receive instruction on all of these methods and are encouraged to work on their own after instruction.
In Goldman Schwartz, students enrolled in certain FA courses have access to a computer lab that is fully equipped with Mac computers, scanners, and printers. In Prospect Street, students have access to two Mac computer stations that have Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Office.