The University of Kentucky College of Fine Arts

Media Center

The School of Art and Visual Studies has an extensive collection of tools (cameras, tripods, drawing tablets, accessories, etc.) available for student checkout in conjunction with courses in which students are enrolled or for use by majors within the School. The Media Center is located under the main staircase on the first floor of the School of Art and Visual Studies Building.  The Media Center is under the management of Matt Gilley, the program facilitator.  He can be reached at matthewgilley@uky.edu.

Requests for equipment may be made online here.


Current and Future Equipment Available for Checkout

Video Cameras:

  • Panasonic HDC90  
  • Panasonic HC-V700

Still Cameras:

  • Canon EOS Rebel T4i
  • Canon EOS Rebel T3i
  • Canon EOS Rebel T3
  • Telephoto Zoom Set
  • Canon PowerShot A495

SD card reader:

  • Delkin
  • Promaster

Tripods:

  • VT2000
  • VT2100
  • Benro A150EXU

Impact Lighting Kits

Tablets:

  • Wacom Graphire
  • Bamboo Splash & pen

Projectors:

  • Acer K11
  • Optomoa PK120
  • Optoma PK101

Handy Recorders:

  • Zoom H2n & H1n
  • GoPro Hero 3’s

Digital Picture Frames

35 mm Cameras: variety of makes & models

Incoming:

  • Manfrotto Tripods
  • Canon Rebel Sl1’s
  • Wacom Intuos Pro’s
  • Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid

Please be sure to review and submit the FINANCIAL AGREEMENT FORM, and if applicable the NON-ENROLLED STUDENT AUTHORIZATION FORM.  The SA/VS TECHNOLOGY POLICY is also required reading and must be agreed to in order to check out any equipment.
INSTRUCTORS ONLY: Media Center Acquisition Request Form

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