The Hybrid Atelier is a creative technology research makerspace, serving as a nexus between the Arts, Engineering, and Sciences. The atelier is a state-of-the-art digital fabrication facility wedded with craft practices in ceramics, textiles, printmaking, and glass-working. It juxtaposes these two making traditions to examine the dielectical relationship between the digital and physical, the material and immaterial, theory and practice, the academic space and the community space, and the professional and the amateur.

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The Hybrid Atelier (located in the Engineering Research Bldg 281/282 ) is part of an exciting, emerging ecosystem of makerspaces at the The University of Texas at Arlington and is supported by the Computer Science & Engineering Department in collaboration with Studio CreaTec in the Art + Art History Department.

We welcome students, staff, and faculty across disciplines to become members of the atelier.
We support all technical skill levels.

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The Hybrid Atelier

Welcome Undergraduate Research Studios (UGRS) 2020 Cohort!
After a competitive application cycle, 11 undergrads from 4 departments and 2 colleges were selected to be part of the inaugural UGRS program at UTA.

The Hybrid Atelier

Undergraduate Research Studios Spring 2020 App Released
Are you a UTA undergrad interested in HCI research? Check out this new undergraduate-focused research program at the Hybrid Atelier.

The University of Texas System

Prof. Torres receives a A Rising STARS Award.
The Rising STARS award is established by the UT system to help purchase state-of-the-art research equipment and make necessary laboratory renovations to encourage faculty members to perform their research at UT institutions.

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