Thread: your connection to the SCAD community

April
21
2014

thread: that which runs through the whole course of something, connecting successive parts.

Thanks to heavy doses of social media and constant connectivity, realities of the digital world in which we live, some say we’re more in touch than ever. But we launched Thread because we felt there was room for more connection, and for a destination that would reflect the dynamism of the Savannah College of Art and Design community and connect our far-flung members through time and space.

As you can see below, 35 years since the university’s founding in 1978 and SCAD alumni are everywhere, living, working and influencing art and design in cities worldwide. In addition to this macro view of where your peers work and reside, we wanted to get specific. So, in celebration of Thread’s launch, over the next few days we’ll kick off a new project: a human almanac of sorts; snapshots of what those 28,000 people who share the SCAD experience are up to and what their time at SCAD meant to them.

We hope this project inspires you to share your story with us so Thread can continue to document your journey and “map” your progress. Send your updates to: blog@scad.edu

We celebrate what’s to come. Thanks for joining the ride.


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