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Jesmyn Ward, lauded novelist and author of “Where the Line Bleeds” and “Salvage the Bones,” discusses her new memoir.
Receive feedback on your resume and portfolio from your Furniture Design career advisers, faculty members and classmates.
Take a student life tour, enjoy dinner on campus, learn more about SCAD academic programs and participate in a workshop of your choice.
Join SCAD alumni and “Aint-Bad” founders Carson Sanders and Taylor Curry as they present editions of their magazine and answer questions about their mission.
Known primarily as an abstract painter, Leslie Wayne’s latest series features a well-recognized tool from the painter’s studio — a paint rag.
Held annually and in its seventh year, "Silver & Ink" showcases the best student work and celebrates all aspects of commercial and fine art photography created at SCAD.
SCAD Atlanta's collection of artists' books includes a vast resource of printed matter and publications by conceptual artists.
Award-winning photographer Benjamin Lowy shares his artistic perspective and experience gained during a career covering global conflicts during this artist talk.
This event is held in conjunction with Sidewalk Arts Festival, Saturday, April 26, and is free and open to the public. All are invited to bring blankets, chairs, food and nonalcoholic beverages.
The highlight of the weekend is the annual Sidewalk Arts Festival, a signature chalk-art competition for the SCAD community.