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The Digital Printing Studio will close until further notice on Friday May 16th. If you have any questions please feel free to email the DPS Coordinator, Jayson Bimber at jbimber@nd.edu

Thanks and have a wonderful summer!

Easter Break 2014 Digital Printing Studio Hours

Friday April 18 – Closed

Saturday April 19 – Closed

Sunday April 20 – Closed

Monday April 21 – 12PM – 5PM

Spring Break 2014 Digital Printing Studio Hours


Sunday March 9 Closed

Monday March 10 Closed

Tuesday March 11 9-5

Wednesday March 12 9-5

Thursday March 13 9-5

Friday March 14 Closed

Saturday March 15 Closed

Sunday March 16 Closed

The Digital Printing Studio  is  open for the spring semester, the schedule is as follows.

Monday               9:30 – 9:00
Tuesday               9:30 – 9:00
Wednesday         9:30 – 9:00
Thursday            9:30 – 5:00
Friday                  10:00 – 3:00
Saturday             CLOSED
Sunday                1:00 – 9:00

The Digital Printing Studio Thanksgiving schedule is as follows

Wednesday November 27: 9:30 – 2:00
Thursday November 28: CLOSED
Friday November 29: CLOSED
Saturday November 30: CLOSED
Sunday December 1: CLOSED

The Digital Printing Studio  is now open for the fall semester, the schedule is as follows.

Monday               9:30 – 9:00
Tuesday               9:30 – 9:00
Wednesday         9:30 – 9:00
Thursday            9:30 – 5:00
Friday                  10:00 – 3:00
Saturday             CLOSED
Sunday                1:00 – 9:00

Showcase Your Art

Attention Faculty & Students:

Do you or a student you know have art work you would like to display on the Notre Dame website? The CCC is currently looking for new student work to showcase in our galleries.

Anything created for a program in Art, History & Design or FTT is welcomed!

If you are interested or know someone who would be please contact The CCC’s Program Coordinator Ashley at: ALCCC@ND.EDU

Get your work out there!

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The Center for Creative Computing (CCC) in partnership with the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts (ISLA) offers grants each year to faculty or faculty-student teams in the College to support the production of creative projects utilizing digital visualization technologies. Awards must be linked to the faculty member’s research or teaching. Previous recipients and examples of their projects can be viewed at http://creativecomputing.nd.edu in Funded Projects under the Research tab.

Grants of $4000.00 and $3000.00 will be awarded to assist with project expenses. These grants may be used to cover costs such as image or multimedia production, equipment rental, exhibition preparation, software purchases or to hire a production assistant for project completion. The scope of the project must demonstrate effective and creative use of digital technologies in the visual expression of scholarship or specialized instructional communication.

Recipients must provide original documentation, such as invoices and receipts that meet the University’s accounting standards to receive reimbursement. Please limit submission of receipts to reduce paperwork. The award period is for one academic year following the acceptance of the award.

Eligibility:  All teaching and research faculty and professional specialists in the College are eligible to apply. Students are not eligible as principle investigators. Cross-disciplinary faculty collaborations and faculty-student teams are especially encouraged. Faculty receiving awards in any 2 of the previous 3 years are not eligible in the current year. These awards are not intended to be used as course development grants.

Presentation Agreement: Grant recipients may be required to make a public presentation of their project in the form of a lecture, exhibition or screening on campus within 18 months of the award. Arrangements will be organized through the CCC office.

Restrictions: one grant under this initiative in each University fiscal year (July 1 – June 30). Note: Federal regulations prohibit the University from reimbursing fees paid to individuals for research-related technical personal services. Therefore, submit the individual’s invoice to the Institute for direct payment from the University. Any materials grant will be reduced by the amount of anticipated royalties or other direct project income. Software purchases require documentation that software available through the Office of Information Technology and the Laboratory for Social Research do not meet the needs and that the requested software is sufficiently specialized that the University would not obtain a site license.

1) Project narrative including methodology and schedule for project’s completion (no more than 3 pages, double-spaced).
2) Visual documentation pertinent to this project or investigator’s previous projects if applicable. DVD or other materials may be submitted.
3) Two-page curriculum vitae for each of the principal investigators and if applicable, a list of participating students.
4) Complete budget detailing the project’s expenses.

Faculty should submit a completed application to the ISLA office, 101 O’Shaughnessy Hall by the stated deadline. Proposals will be adjudicated by a sub-committee of the CCC. All applicants will be notified of final decisions before the end of the current academic year.
March 29, 2013.

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The Digital Printing Studio will open on Monday, June 11 at noon and keep a limited schedule supporting summer coursework.

Monday               12 -5
Tuesday             CLOSED
Wednesday           12 – 5
Thursday            CLOSED
Friday              12 – 5
Saturday            CLOSED
Sunday              CLOSED

The Center for Creative Computing’s administrative office located in 251 O’Shaughnessy Hall will be closed from June 1 until July 31.

It will reopen on August 1 for the fall semester.


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