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Jul.
1,
2014

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

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
Posted Jul. 1 2014 by Tarana Mayes
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Jun.
26,
2014

Architecture: a return to art is the way forward

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?
Posted Jun. 26 2014 by Christian Sottile
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Jun.
9,
2014

Landmark moment for SCAD graduates in Hong Kong

It was a milestone for Savannah College of Art and Design's 35-year history when its first graduating class from Hong Kong walked across the commencement stage.
Posted Jun. 9 2014 by Joan Yip
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Jun.
2,
2014

AD's Margaret Russell's 'simple truths' for graduates

A good commencement address is irresistible. Whether graduating or firmly planted in career or school, the distilled life experience and wisdom are too convenient and enlightening to pass up.
Posted Jun. 2 2014 by Tarana Mayes
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May.
29,
2014

VIDEO: Dr. Maya Angelou's 1998 commencement address

In this season of graduations and rites of passage, we are pleased to feature one of the shining moments from Savannah College of Art Design's 35-year history: Dr. Maya Angelou's 1998 commencement address in Savannah, Georgia. Listening to Dr. Angelou's speech to SCAD grads reminds us of the gift of her legacy and our gratitude for her timeless life's work.
Posted May. 29 2014 by Tarana Mayes
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May.
19,
2014

SCAD students bring "Authenticity" to ICFF

From the first time I saw the early renderings of the “Authenticity” exhibit being designed for the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York (May 17 - 20) by 20 Savannah College of Art and Design students and three faculty members from three academic programs – furniture design, interior design and fibers
Posted May. 19 2014 by Jose Mallabo
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May.
4,
2014

Drone captures art and design students sculpting the sands of Tybee

When you're a student at Savannah College of Art and Design, your medium isn't restricted to the traditional and the classroom extends to the ocean.
Posted May. 4 2014 by Tarana Mayes
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May.
2,
2014

Art as a community heartbeat

Starting off a few years ago as a tiny gallery on Desoto Row, Art Rise Savannah is becoming a hub for the independent art community and the city of Savannah as a whole.
Posted May. 2 2014 by Taylor Kigar
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May.
1,
2014

Turning the career fair on its head

Savannah College of Art and Design created a reverse career fair called Out to Launch (O2L) about seven years ago to empower students to amplify their bodies of work in their own voice. It’s a reversal in that the employers come to the students, instead of the students going to the employers at their headquarters or a conference hall.
Posted May. 1 2014 by Judy Salzinger
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Apr.
30,
2014

Waste to Art: HSBC-SCAD Hong Kong exhibit redefines reuse

One last nod to Mother Earth before Earth Month slips away. Behold the thought-provoking and stunning pieces that comprise the Hong Kong exhibition, "Waste to Art." The show is a result of HSBC's partnership with 29 Savannah College of Art and Design freshmen to raise environmental awareness within the bank's community. In three months time, the students made sculptures composed entirely of recycled waste provided by the bank, including plastic, paper, and electronics.
Posted Apr. 30 2014 by Taylor Kigar

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