At ARU, we know that experimentation is key to finding your creative voice.
That's why, as one of our students, you get access to all our Cambridge School of Creative Industries facilities, as well as Cambridge School of Art's, no matter which course you study on.
Why not 3D print your graphic design work, or use our darkrooms and editing suites to combine film and photography for your fine art installation?
As well as dedicated studios for all our courses, our Cambridge School of Art facilities include:
Our Futures Lab is a digital workshop that comprises a variety of computer-aided manufacturing machines. It will allow you to learn up-to-date manufacturing and design processes as well as aid and support you in many traditional techniques. The technologies you will be find in the workshop include:
3D Printers & 3D Scanners:
2D Printing and Cutting machines:
Dedicated fashion workshops with a variety of industrial sewing machines, and specialist machines including:
Facilities for Etching (zinc and copper), Screen-printing, Off-set lithography, Relief printing, Monoprint (plate and off-set), Photopolymer plate printing, Letterpress and Risograph.