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Jul.
22,
2014

Best of Animation 2014

By Tarana Mayes
Posted July 22, 2014 by Tarana Mayes
  "Balloon Cat" by Michael Ceminara (M.F.A., animation, 2013).
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Jul.
10,
2014

The World Cup through the eyes of U.S. Soccer's lead designer

By Tarana Mayes
Posted July 10, 2014 by Tarana Mayes
Be it baseball, football, basketball or soccer, fans may think it’s pure sport that draws them in.
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Jul.
7,
2014

Dark Horse doodler Patric Reynolds on making comics a career

By Chris Smith
Posted July 7, 2014 by Chris Smith
If you flip through a Dark Horse comic illustrated by Patric Reynolds (M.F.A., sequential art, 2009) pay attention. You might notice a recurring face in the panels. A smiling, bearded man — sometimes a mechanic, sometimes a police officer — always seemingly in the background.
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Jul.
7,
2014

SCADpad micro-house is a solution for TODAY

By Tarana Mayes
Posted July 7, 2014 by Tarana Mayes
Savannah College of Art and Design's futuristic micro-house experiment, SCADpad, is on the minds of media giants lately. TIME Magazine covered SCADpad in its "Smart Home" feature and NBC flew TODAY Show correspondent Jenna Wolfe to Atlanta for her own personal tour. In case the summer finds you behind on either, catch up by reading and watching now.  
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Jul.
3,
2014

Updated SCAD Savannah Alert: Hurricane Arthur

By Tarana Mayes
Posted July 3, 2014 by Tarana Mayes
Updated July 3: Arthur is now a Category 1 hurricane positioned east of Savannah, Georgia. The nearest significant impact to land is expected to occur in Charleston, South Carolina, which is beginning to feel the effects of Arthur’s outer bands. Models calculate landfall on July 4 near North Carolina's Outer Banks, however, tropical storm warnings are currently in place 20 miles off the coast of Savannah, and marine warnings and rip current warnings will remain in place at least until tonight. Beachgoers should use extreme caution due to the potential for rip currents.
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Jul.
1,
2014

A museum’s worth: artists’ perspectives on SCAD Museum of Art

By Tarana Mayes
Posted July 1, 2014 by Tarana Mayes
This week, Savannah College of Art and Design brings home three honors from the American Institute of Architects convention: the AIA Young Architect’s Award, the AIA Fellowship for Emerging Leaders and the 2014 AIA National Honor Award for Architecture for the
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Jun.
26,
2014

Architecture: a return to art is the way forward

By Christian Sottile
Posted June 26, 2014 by Christian Sottile
What would it look like if architects were allowed to be artists again; as comfortable in the manual and intuitive realms of drawing, painting and sculpture as with parametric modeling and digital imaging? What if we were to reject the limitations of product-driven, systematic design and production and re-engage the full range of tools innately available and refined over the course of millennia?
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Jun.
20,
2014

Studio Logic: inside the studio of Marcus Kenney

By Tarana Mayes
Posted June 20, 2014 by Tarana Mayes
For the next post in our Studio Logic series, exploring the studios of professional artists and designers, we interviewed Marcus Kenney (M.F.A., photography, 1998). In a two-story Victorian in the heart of Savannah, Georgia, Marcus works across mediums - sculpture, paint, photography and collage - to mastermind reflections on wildlife and Americana.
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Jun.
16,
2014

The future of preservation: Will a new generation take up the cause?

By Tarana Mayes
Posted June 16, 2014 by Tarana Mayes
Growing up, I regularly thumbed through family photo albums. This ritual of navigating the worn, yellowing pages of images, as if I were traversing history, was eye opening. The photos contextualized my place in that history. So I panic when I think that my daughter may not experience that same sense of belonging because these physical signposts do not exist for her to explore, at least not in a form that she can touch or feel, except to swipe at them on the screens of the devices behind which they’re trapped.
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Jun.
12,
2014

How to get into the video game industry

By Tarana Mayes
Posted June 12, 2014 by Tarana Mayes
Updated June 12: Savannah College of Art and Design’s team “Prisma” won the 2014 E3 College Game Competition.