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Apr.
29,
2014

Video: Sidewalk Arts 2014 and the winners

Sidewalk Arts 2014 saw 1,000 Savannah College of Art and Design students, alumni and prospective students transform the pathways of Forsyth Park into a colorful carpet of inspired chalk art. This timelapse by photographer Andrew Forino (B.F.A., photography, 2014) captures the mellow frenzy of the day: artists drawing against the clock, their audience lured ahead by one brilliant illustration after another.
Posted Apr. 29 2014 by Tarana Mayes
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Apr.
28,
2014

The jewelry of Downton Abbey with designer Andrew Prince

English jewelry maker Andrew Prince is across the pond for a U.S. tour that includes Bergdorf Goodman, which sells his designs, and Kleinfelds in New York City. He’ll give a public lecture at Savannah College of Art and Design on April 30 at 5:00 p.m.
Posted Apr. 28 2014 by Tarana Mayes
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Apr.
19,
2014

Looking forward to Sidewalk Arts

To get ready for Savannah College of Art and Design's Sidewalk Arts Festival (April 26), we're taking a visit back to some photos from previous years. The festival is a nod to an art form as old as the 16th century, but we're bringing it into the present like never before.
Posted Apr. 19 2014 by Taylor Kigar
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Apr.
18,
2014

Sustainable art: the Earth works of Marshall Carbee

When artist Marshall Carbee took a real look at his own environmental footprint, he realized that the results were anything but pretty. After years of working for Los Angeles-based productions, including films like "Basquiat," "Conspiracy Theory," "Eraser" and "Men in Black" and collaborations with artists like Michael Jackson, The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan, he realized that industries and artists alike need to reevaluate the materials used in the works they create.
Posted Apr. 18 2014 by Taylor Kigar
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Apr.
14,
2014

Prabal Gurung chats with Steven Kolb live

Prabal Gurung, world renowned fashion designer born in Singapore, will discuss his career and views on modern glamour with CFDA CEO, Steven Kolb. The livestream of their conversation from Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta, part of SCADstyle 2014, starts tonight at 6:00 p.m. EDT here on Thread.
Posted Apr. 14 2014 by Taylor Kigar
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Apr.
10,
2014

Watch: SCADpad micro-house unveiled

In a conventional Atlanta parking deck, Savannah College of Art and Design has launched an unconventional solution to explosive urban population growth and the accompanying demand for flexible housing. If you missed the live unveiling of SCADpad here on Thread, watch it now and take a virtual tour below.
Posted Apr. 10 2014 by Tarana Mayes
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Apr.
1,
2014

Sidewalk Arts Festival welcomes spring in Hong Kong

More than 100 students at Savannah College of Art and Design turned out for the annual Sidewalk Arts Festival, the rite of spring at the university's locations in Hong Kong and Savannah (April 26).
Posted Apr. 1 2014 by Tarana Mayes
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Feb.
21,
2014

A walk through deFINE ART with critic Paul Laster

Art critic and "Art in America" contributor Paul Laster has known many of the artists showing at SCAD Museum of Art for years. But that hasn’t stopped him from rediscovering them all over again during his third visit to Savannah College of Art and Design for deFINE ART.
Posted Feb. 21 2014 by Tarana Mayes
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Feb.
20,
2014

Slam dunk for a college application: making art with Tim Rollins and K.O.S.

Hanging amidst the exhibitions of celebrated contemporary artists at SCAD Museum of Art is the work of 14-year-old Winter Jones. I never would have suspected that I would have the chance to put one of my pieces inside of a museum as good as this.
Posted Feb. 20 2014 by Tarana Mayes

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