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creativity and innovation servicesCreativity & Innovation Services

We support University of Utah students, staff, and faculty in their interdisciplinary research and productivity, with an emphasis on arts and design, multimedia production, 3D and prototyping technologies, multimodal communication, and experiential learning.

Click the links below to learn more about our specialized services and collections.

The K.W. Dumke Fine Arts & Architecture Library and its staff are devoted to supporting exploration in the creative fields. Our focus is on the Fine, Performing, and Media Arts, Architecture, Planning, and Design. Come to explore our unique collections and consult with our highly-trained staff.

The Marriott Library Creative Spaces represent a focused effort to engage and inspire creative minds using previously inaccessible technologies such as 3D printing, 3D scanning, and common maker tools such as Arduino and Raspberry Pi microcontrollers. Weekly programming includes a Friday makerspace, technology demonstrations, workshops, and connection points to other campus entities and partners.

GIS Services offered through the J. Willard Marriott Library are available to support & assist University of Utah students, staff & faculty with the transformation & visualization of data through the creation of geospatial projects.

To learn more or to schedule a consultation, please visit our website.

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audio studioThe Audio Studio was created to assist the University of Utah communicate digital learning objects into curriculum/course projects by housing a soundproof Studio with professional microphones and the capacity for creating, recording and editing digital soundfiles.

To learn more or to schedule a consultation, please visit our website. 

video studioThe Video Studio is a special projects space located in the J. Willard Marriott Library to allow for the creation of experimental visual projects, learning objects, oral histories, or general interviews. The Video Studio can provide in-depth project consultations helping to guide the integration of visual media into your project.

To learn more about our services please visit our page.

For student and faculty entrepreneurs who are looking for materials, processes, and technologies to incorporate into new inventions, product designs, and built environments.

The K. W. Dumke Materials Collection gives you hands-on experience with 1500 new-to-market material samples. Search the MaterialConneXion database online for 6000 more! Explore materials by their physical properties, recommended uses, and sustainability standards. Peruse photos of the materials and get manufacturers' contact information.

Located on Level 2 of the J. Willard Marriott Library.

For more information about the collection please visit our guide.


Greg Hatch
Head, Creativity and Innovation Services

Luke Leither
Assistant Head, Fine Arts and Architecture Library

Robert Nelson
Assistant Head, Media Lab

Thomas Ferrill
Assistant Head, Creative Spaces

Erika Church
Design & Technology Specialist, Creative Spaces

Anthony Sams
New Media Projects Specialist, Media Lab

Justin Sorensen
GIS Specialist, Creative Spaces

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Video Studio Policy Guidelines

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Video Studio Policy Guidelines

Marriott Library Policies

Access and Use of Audio, Video, and One Button Studios

 Last Modified 5/26/17