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SCAD rennovated the 20,500-square-foot Mediterranean Revival-style Pepe Hall exclusively for the study of fibers. The facilty is now home to advanced technology used in the study and creation of weaving, fabric design, screen printing, surface design, embellishment, sculptural and environmental art.
Visitors at Open Studio night are given demonstrations of weaving techniques by students.
Studio classrooms allow for critiques and review by peers and professors of work in progress.
The dye kitchen features burners, steamers and a dye mixing box.
Fibers students explore color, material and structure in the design and execution of apparel and home interior textiles using one of the weaving labs.
SCAD fibers students practice design-making and replications on computers during class.
The Jacquard loom allows students to fashion intricate designs.