Learn about Dakota Jackson’s career through anecdotes and his insights into the relevance of design in contemporary times.
This event is free and open to all School of Communication Arts and School of Digital Media alumni, and any other alumni attending New York Comic Con.
Through an experimental approach using drawing, sculpture, video and sound, Shin il Kim creates sculptural installations that alter meaning through a shift in perception.
The exhibition profiles Jackson’s life and career and includes iconic works from his oeuvre.
Since 2009, Sue Williamson has explored the definition of place to cities and citizens. In this age of globalization, what does it mean to live in a particular place?
Sandra Dutton discusses how different storytelling components play into the writing process and how to mine your past to write fun and engaging children’s stories.
Look into the diverse artistic processes of SCAD professors who share an affinity for manual gestures in their art making and the expressiveness of marks left behind.
The screening will be followed by a question-and-answer session with producer and SCAD film professor Michael Nolin.
Join textile designer and fabric manipulator Arantza Vilas for a lecture about her studio work and artistic process.
The film follows 16-year-old Claireece "Precious" Jones, pregnant by her own father for the second time, as she begins the journey from oppression to self-determination.
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