ITP is a state-of-the-art multimedia production center located in New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. It is housed in a 15,000-square-foot complex in which a turn-of-the-century industrial loft has been transformed into a striking high-technology studio. Students can reserve a wide variety of digital production equipment for creating and showing dynamic content.  Also featured is a fabrication workshop for physical computing and carpentry, including various wood and metal working tools, spray booth, 3 laser cutters, 4 mills and a CNC machine.  There are areas dedicated to pc board making, soft circuit design and 3D printing.  All classrooms and presentation spaces support projection sharing and live view cameras.  The space as a whole is highly reconfigurable and responsive to support cluster work, large audience presentations and open gallery shows.

New York City, the richest communications environment in the world, provides the ideal location for the department, which is situated at New York University’s Washington Square Center in Greenwich Village.