The Workshop provides hardware, software, spaces, and expertise to help the VCU community produce creative work of all kinds. Practically, that means concentrating in three main areas: graphics, audio and video projects; the world of hands-on making; and exploring new and emerging technologies.
Know "silent" and "quiet" study rules
Be aware of your surroundings. Glassed-in study rooms are not soundproof.
Quiet and Silent Floors
Conversations on Government and Governance
Public Affairs Librarian and political scientist launch podcast for today's overheated political time.
Read Article about Podcast
Explore Mad magazine
As iconic magazine ceases publication, comic arts expert reflects on its 67 years' impact
History in Their Hands
Made in The Workshop: History student's 3D images will make house museum's collection more accessible.
Building a Creative Community
Introducing ... The Workshop. The space opened in 2016 with the goal of building a place for makers and explorers
Building A Creative Community
The Workshop offers tools and expertise
A resource for all VCU students, faculty and staff, Innovative Media’s expanded new space can help faculty teach and present scholarship.
Learn More About The Workshop
Blast from the Past
Student-created posters for the circa 1960s Bang art festivals are on display on Cabell's Lower Level near The Workshop.
Art in Cabell Library
Innovative Media expertise and equipment can help faculty teach and present scholarship in new ways.
Services for Faculty
Alumni access to libraries expands
Graduates can checkout books and use some equipment.
New alumni benefits