The academy offers well-equipped workshops for wood, metal, plaster, plastic, clay, concrete, lens based media; film, video, digital and analog photography, digital image processing, 3D printing and animation. The workshops are located in Båghallarna, Föraregatan 4 and at Dimman, Bergsgatan 20 and are usually staffed week days, 8 a.m-4 p.m.
Båghallarna; Föraregatan 4
Workshop for metal, mouldmaking and plastic
Technicians in charge are Ariel Alaniz and Mathias Kristersson. The workshop is fully equipped for work with ceramics, plaster, plastic and metal. There is also a plastics workshop for polyester casting and fiberglass laminating and workshop for mould making in clay, plaster, alginate, wax, silicone. The metal and plastic workshop are open week days 8 pm-4 am
Wood Workshop and Wood Mounting
Technicians in charge are Ariel Alaniz and Mathias Kristersson. The workshop is fully equipped with stationary machinery and equipment for working with wood. Additional handheld machines and special tools can be borrowed at the Equipment Room. Students can also provide basic material such as MDF 6 and 12 mm at cost price. The wood workshop is open week days 8 pm-4 am
Technician in charge is Kristian Nordström Kimbré. The two labs are equipped for developing and printing of black and white photography. For printing of color copies there is a professional Epson printer.
Responsible technician is Kristian Nordström Kimbré. The studio is fully equipped with various backdrops, greenscreens, studio lights, bouncers, studio flash units and more.
In order for the students to test out their projects in large-scale Malmö Art Academy have three project studios located in Båghallarna. It is possible for the students to apply for a project studio twice a year. The students will have to write a detailed project description, and senior lecturer Per Olof Persson is the responsible teacher who distributes the studios after evaluation of the applications.
The equipment room contains technical equipment which students, teachers and staff can borrow. For individual work at school, courses and exhibitions.
About 1600 items in the categories Photo, Video, Film, Sound, Light, Textile and various tools. It is open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 09:00-10:30. It is possible to make equipment-reservations on the booking list outside the equipment room. The loaning periods are Monday to Thursday, Wednesday to Monday or Thursday to Wednesday, or by appointment. Students pay a deposition fee of 600 SEK in order to open an account for making loans.
Dimman, Bergsgatan 20
Responsible technician is Joakim Sima. In addition to a number of workstations with updated software for working with digital media and photos, there is also an Imacon scanner, two Epson flatbed scanners and a large format printer (Epson Surecolor P8000).
Technician in charge is Joakim Sima. Videoediting room 1 is expanded with digital and analog equipment and sound editing software; Logic Pro, ProTools, Ableton, Reaper64, Native Instruments software synthesizers and MAX/MSP.
Technician in charge is Sophie Ljungblom. We have four studios with 5 fully equipped Mac computers for work with video editing. The workstations are installed with up-to-date software for editing, color grading and other postproduction of video. Da Vinci Resolve Studio, the full Adobe CC package including Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Media Encoder, Photoshop and many more. Also Autodesk Creation Suite with software such as Maya and Mudbox. Facilities for digitizing DV, DVCAM and HDV, VHS, SVHS. Also DVD, BluRay burners.
Using the 3D printers, Makerbot Z18 and Creality CR-S5, students can print objects at sizes up to 305 x 305 x 457 mm with a biodegradable PLA material. Tutoring and guidance in 3D scanning and printing is provided by Junior Lecturer Youngjae Lih.
There is a printer/copy machine at Dimman, Mazetti and Båghallarna where students and staff can print, copy or scan material. Information about using the machines can be found at http://www.print.lu.se/papercut/.
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Students at KHM have the opportunity to work at KKV Grafik which is a fully equipped workshop for graphic printing methods. Work is done during the day or by appointment. Booking are made in advance.
Students are admitted to the workshops only after training in how to use the machines and equipment. During the first weeks all first year students are trained how to use the machines, computers, software and video editing tools.
The general policy is that working alone must be limited as much as possible. Working alone in connection with hazardous work is not allowed at Malmö Art Academy. It is of greatest importance that you are attentive to the risk of working alone by the machines in the wood workshop and in all workshops in Båghallarna. Always inform the responsible technician if you intend to work in the wood workshop or if you intend to use machines classified as risky in Båghallarna. Do not hesitate to contact the technician if you have any questions or concerns.