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This retreat will balance work and play with a fibers studio class, private tours, excursions, and meals on-site at the historic Maison Basse and off-site at some of Provence’s most celebrated culinary venues.
Among his extensive accolades, Jeffrey Simpson also spent 30 years as a contributing writer and editor for Architectural Digest.
Join SCAD School of Liberal Arts faculty members for an evening of literature and listen in as they read selections from their recent works.
This group discussion will address the history, artistic reception and literary presence of Dante in African and African-American art and culture.
Connect with more than 30 employers around the world through virtual presentations accompanied by a live question-and-answer session.
See the best in SCAD illustration, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture. Get exclusive access to up-and-coming artists.
The concert features selections from popular Broadway shows including “BEAUTIFUL — The Carole King Musical”, “American Idiot,” “Book of Mormon” and more.
This conference is the largest educational and networking event for those who care about saving places, and planners are committed to featuring fresh voices, reaching new audiences, and pushing the frontiers of both academia and practice.
This event brings together scholars and professionals from a diverse range of fields to address an architectural or urban topic that is relevant to Savannah and to other parts of the world, as well as to other periods in history.
Originally written in response to Lorraine Hansberry’s “A Raisin in the Sun,” this play explores issues of race, real estate, and the volatile values of each through sharp-witted comedy.