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.
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?
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.
Learn the ins and outs of the editorial world and how to rise above the competition.
Join ESL professor Ian Babbitt for a trip to the Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Connoisseur Art Gallery and Parkview Art.
Open model sessions are monitored by professors and create an atmosphere of artistic and academic growth.
A foundation studies faculty member holds a salon-style class critique to cultivate critical thinking of various visual arts.
Learn how you can volunteer at the Savannah Film Festival and be a part of this spectacular event.
Gain a better understanding of Adobe Illustrator and discover new techniques for using this powerful software.
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