The 4M04 live production television studio is home to Jamaica’s finest television production facility. This fully featured high definition live production studio consists of advanced lighting control equipment, three studio-quality HD production cameras, and a solid-state record and control facility. The studio is also home to a fully featured, 15 seat media lab and production space. Although the TV studio is focused on live television, it also serves as a space for photography, news content, and other media to be produced.
Students in a photography course.
A student working during a drawing class. (Photograph by Laura S. Fuchs.)
Students working in the Printmaking Studio
The Fine Arts Gallery at York College
Located on the First Floor of the Academic Core Building, the Fine Arts Gallery is maintained by the Department of Performing and Fine Arts. Opened in 1989, the Gallery presents 3-4 professional exhibitions a year, ranging from solo and thematic group exhibitions, and student shows at the close of each semester. The Gallery space, approximately 1000 square feet, is equipped with LED lighting, movable walls, and state-of-the-art projectors and flat screen monitors. The Gallery Director, Dr. Margaret Rose Vendryes, and Manager, Nicholas Fraser accept written proposals for professional exhibitions throughout the academic year.
Music Practice Rooms
York College students have access to eight Wenger practice modules in the Lower Level of the Academic Core Building (in the same area as the LL01 music classroom and LL02 Lower Level Computer Lab). Each practice module is equipped with an electronic keyboard, and one of the modules includes an upright piano. The practice rooms host the group piano classes, and are open to the general York community for music practice.