The Hartnell College STEMART Fabrication Lab is located in the visual arts building, Building J. It is in rooms J 117A and J117B and the foundry area. It offers a space for STEM students to produce physical manifestations of the invisible realms of the sciences. These "invisible realms" include, but are not limited to physics, biophysics, chemistry, biochemistry, biology, math, astrophysics, etc. Additionally art students will be exposed to scientific culture by interacting directly with their peers from the science courses taught at Hartnell. The STEMART FAB LAB offers a foundry, photography and video studio, and a 3D fabrication studio for STEM, Visual Art, Digital Art, and Photography students at Hartnell College.
Below is a photograph of a model for the proposal to build the STEMART FAB LAB. It was created by Eric Bosler, Hartnell College Art and Photography faculty.
Below is a photograph of the beginning stages of the STEMART FAB LAB construction process. Eric Bosler discusses construction and planning with Gerald Johnson.
Below is a photograph of Eric Bosler with art students in the STEMART computer lab.
Below is a photograph of Eric Bosler working on construction for the STEMART green screen production studio.
Below is a photograph of Eric Bosler and Olivia Davalos in the STEMART green screen production studio.
Below is a photograph of the STEMART green screen production studio.
Below is a photograph of Eric Bosler demonstrating to Lawrence Yee the STEMART equipment used for telescopic photography.
Below is a photograph of Eric Bosler setting up photographic and robotic equipment.
Below is a photograph of Eric Bosler showing faculty the newly completed STEMART lab at the Creme Brûlée flex session on Jan. 18, 2017 .