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Sequential art students study in the fast-paced metropolises of Atlanta and Hong Kong or the landscaped courtyards and slow-moving squares of historic Savannah. Regardless of location, students have access to the same resources and an inspiring environment.
Studio spaces allows students to learn classical and contempoary maquette techniques and turn concepts into 3-D renderings.
Cintiq pen displays let students begin their work digitally, or in-lab large-format scanners let them scan their drawings in to finish on screen.
Whether lecture or studio—classrooms at SCAD provide the space to create meaningful work.
Projectors and Cintiq pen displays let studets share their work with the class for review and feedback.
SCAD facilities are equipped for long-planned and impromptu gatherings to share work and discuss craft.