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Painting students at SCAD locations around the world are taught how to handle materials and develop techniques through a variety of traditional painting classes. Through these classes and using the resources SCAD provides, students are prepared for careers in the fine arts.
Through traditional painting classes, students learn the tools and gain the techniques necessary to develop their own skills.
Large studio classrooms allow several students to work simultaneously while painting a still life in the center of the room.
Painting students acquire technical skills, an understanding of diverse approaches and the concept of personal vision.
Alexander Hall housed "Abandoned," an exhibition by Cindy Tower, Winter 2010 Distinguished Visiting Faculty in painting.
Visitors view the "Bridge" exhibition in Alexander Hall that showcased the work of Chinese Painting class students.
Students collaborated with Spring 2010 Visiting Artist JuYeon Kim, sharing creative ideas and technical skills.