Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Handbook

Woodshop Studio

Mark Krecic - Woodshop Studio Coordinator

Mark Krecic, BFA, is an established craftsman and artisan, and has been the woodshop coordinator for over 40 years. He’s our expert for a wide variety of wood, metal, and plastic technologies, as well as model­making and furniture construction. Students who care about craftsmanship and polished, professional work would do well to have a word with Mark. Email Mark

Woodshop Studio

The Art and Architecture Woodshop Studio (room 1251) is a jointly held facility, serving the Stamps School of Art & Design and TCAUP. ‘The shop’ is the first stop for getting your hands on traditional woodworking machinery and hand tools, of course, but is also home to machinery for metal and plastic work and two CNC laser cutters. So this is a vital incubator space for all kinds of prototype fabrication, from simple material preparations to sophisticated design models.

Students may not use the shop outside of the posted hours and without having completed a three-­hour ‘shop orientation.’ We make no exceptions, which is why the shop has been accident-free forever, or close to that. Please contact Mark Krecic or Dennis Racine. Hours are posted on the hallway door.