Updated Feb. 13 at 5:15 p.m.: SCAD Atlanta will reopen to faculty, staff and students on Friday, Feb. 14. All classes canceled on Feb. 11 are rescheduled for tomorrow. Ivy Hall, the Digital Media Center and the sculpture center will reopen tomorrow, as well. SCAD Atlanta dining services will operate at the Hub on a normal weekday schedule and transportation will resume service at 6:50 a.m. Previously canceled classes are rescheduled for the following dates:
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Updated Saturday, Feb. 8 at 8:25 p.m.: Based on guidance from the City of Savannah, Savannah College of Art and Design is lifting the previous advisory that students living in Turner, Turner Annex, Boundary, Weston and Dyson remain in their residences. Fahm, Alexander, Adler and Hamilton halls will reopen at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 9. City officials advise you to monitor air quality and stay indoors should conditions deteriorate. Be sure to monitor your email and cell phones, and stay up to date via the blog.
Updated Jan. 30 at 12:15 p.m.: SCAD Atlanta and Savannah will operate on a normal class and business schedule tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 31. Ivy Hall, the Digital Media Center and the sculpture center will reopen in Atlanta, as well. SCAD Atlanta dining services will operate in the Hub per the normal schedule and the SCAD Shuttle will begin running at 8:00 a.m. In Savannah, dining services and the SCAD Bee Line will run according to their regular schedules. Classes canceled in Atlanta and Savannah are rescheduled for the following dates:
An Ostrich. Doritos. The chance to be seen by one of the largest television audiences in history. Not getting the connection? Keep reading.
There was a time during my freelance television production days when I would have gone anywhere for work. In fact, being able to uproot from Atlanta and moonlight in a new city for six to ten weeks of production sounded like the ultimate adventure. Where to live? No matter. I would apply to the job first and answer this question second, knowing there had to be some college friend or distant relative in said city who would welcome a carpetbagger.
Emerging from Working Class Studios' prolific design laboratory this week is the Spring 2014 collection of products for the home. Check out the catalog that’s fresh off the presses.
Here it is, Thread's inaugural holiday card featuring festive scenes of the season at Savannah College of Art and Design's locations around the globe. We thank you for joining us on our new editorial adventure and can't wait to show you what we have in store for 2014. Warm wishes for an inspired holiday and a happy New Year!
In case you’re stuck somewhere cold, snowy, uninspired, or all of the above, here’s some eye candy that’ll whisk you away on a virtual, albeit momentary, adventure. The images come from 18 graduate and undergraduate students from Savannah College of Art and Design's School of Building Arts who are traversing Hong Kong in search of the neighborhoods, architecture, and urban design that make it one of the world’s great cities.
If the season of giving and holiday movies has you under its spell, head on over to the Kickstarter page for student film, Sea Odyssey, where you can indulge your appetite for both. Sea Odyssey won’t be out in time for Christmas, more like May 2014.
Dotting the massive and brilliant landscape of Art Basel Miami Beach and surrounding fairs are the bright lights of artists who have studied or exhibited at Savannah College of Art and Design. Whether you’re in Miami or following the fairs from afar, here’s a guide to their piece of the action.
Savannah College of Art and Design celebrates its 35th Anniversary at Art Basel Miami Beach. Here's a snapshot. [View the story "SCAD in Miami 2013" on Storify]
Art fairs are uncharted territory for me. So as I prepared for my first trip to Art Basel Miami Beach (Dec.5-8), I caught up with Marcus Kenney (M.F.A., Photography) to see what ABMB looks like through an artist’s eyes. I was relieved to learn that even for the most seasoned ABMB participant – Marcus has exhibited at various fairs there for most of the last ten years - this annual phenomenon can be overpowering.
Here’s a peek from concept through production of the bus Savannah College of Art and Design is exporting to Art Basel Miami Beach. The complimentary shuttle will run Dec. 4-8 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and transport riders from UNTITLED.
Yesterday, Academy Award-winning director and producer Lee Daniels delivered the commencement address at SCAD's very first fall commencement ceremony in Savannah. Lee told graduates and their families, “I couldn’t afford to go to college and I was angry about that for a long time. This would have been the college that I went to because it’s pretty badass.” SCAD awarded Lee the Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters.
Updated Jan. 31: Get a peek at the final Super Bowl project here. What does art have to do with football and football have to do with art?
By Cedric Maros
What happens when you turn dozens of inventive art students loose on the streets of a medieval village in late October? A Halloween celebration for the ages. Savannah College of Art and Design students imported the festive atmosphere of Halloween here to Provence last week. The annual event started several years ago when students studying in Lacoste wanted to bring their Halloween traditions with them overseas. Now more than 500 villagers celebrate every year with the students, who organize pumpkin carving and face painting workshops for local children.
You might say that the luck of the Irish is with emerging filmmaker Ciaran McGuigan. “Mo Chara,” the first film that Ciaran directed, was accepted into the Savannah Film Festival and is steadily growing in acclaim. In between stints as a professional soccer player and an assistant soccer coach at Savannah College of Art and Design, Ciaran made this film about school age boys whose friendship overcomes the Catholic-Protestant rivalry in Northern Ireland.
There’s something about the weather this time of year. When it starts to get a little cooler I get excited about movies. The nip in the air indicates the arrival of the Savannah Film Festival!
Savannah College of Art and Design is no stranger to the movie industry. Every year, filmmakers flock to the historic Trustees Theater for the annual Savannah Film Festival (Oct. 26-Nov. 2). In the case of “SpongeBob SquarePants 2,” though, SCAD’s not showing the movie, it’s in it.
Everyone likes balloons at a party. In the case of installation artist Jason Hackenwerth’s (M.F.A., Painting) buoyant sculptures, balloons are the party. Miami’s Art Basel, New York’s Guggenheim and London’s Victoria and Albert Museum have hosted Jason’s stunning creations. Last night, he debuted his work in Atlanta at the Savannah College of Art and Design.