SCAD hosts aTVfest to celebrate the design, creativity and innovation in television today — and shine a spotlight on the talent of tomorrow.
Explore ways to develop your own creative courage through engagement, collaboration and controlled failure.
Discover what happens when unavoidable feelings begin to blossom between a man and a woman living in neighboring Hong Kong apartments.
SCAD Museum of Art will also feature solo exhibitions of work by Ryoji Ikeda, Michal Lin, Serge Alain Nitegeka, Nari Ward, and Caomin Xie.
This play explores issues of race, real estate, and the volatile values of each through sharp-witted comedy.
Hundreds of employers come to the event to recruit talented students and alumni for jobs, internships and freelance opportunities.
Learn about social landscape and what emerging trends mean for the ways businesses and individuals connect with their audiences.
Join world-renowned luminaries of fashion, interior design, jewelry and more as SCAD celebrates design, culture and creative commerce.
The annual improvisational and sketch comedy show features our own award-winning troupe The Mobb Line, under the direction of professor David Storck.
“Ragtime” tells the story of the quintessential American experience at the turn of the 20th century as seen through the eyes of three families from very different backgrounds.
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