Crafts Center studios
From a black and white darkroom to a bike repair facility, the Crafts Center’s studios serve as both learning laboratories and “playgrounds,” engaging ever-curious minds.
Get a studio pass
If you’re taking a class, the class fee includes use of the studio for the semester unless otherwise noted. If you’re taking a workshop, you may purchase a discounted studio pass for the studio related to the workshop unless otherwise noted.
To use a studio when you’re not taking a class or a workshop, you can purchase a studio pass provided you have sufficient experience/knowledge to work independently in the studio. If it’s your first time using the facilities, you must complete an orientation before you can use the studio. Those deemed to have insufficient experience/knowledge to work independently in the studio may be required to take an introductory level class in order to obtain a studio pass. Studio access may be limited or unavailable during class times. Studio passes are valid for the current semester only.
To schedule an orientation, contact us at 919.515.2457 or via e-mail.
Fees are based upon your affiliation to the university and vary by studio. To learn more, view our fees and guidelines »
Studios are open when the Crafts Center is open, though access may be limited or unavailable during class times.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, NC State will honor requests for reasonable accommodations made by individuals with disabilities. Requests can be served more effectively if notice is provided at least 10 days before the event. Direct accommodation requests via e-mail to Crafts Center Director George Thomas, or call him at 919.513.3677.