Amanda Abraham brings traces of the cityscape into the gallery by presenting works that are inspired by graffiti marks.
Inspired by digital generative processes, Brandon Woods explores the connection between traditional drawing and painting practices with digital algorithmic computations.
With a deep interest in natural history, Gabriela Iancu uses photography to question the fragility of image through the notion of time and identity.
See top creations from accessory design students and curated standouts from fashion students.
Join SCAD in honoring the best work created in Atlanta this year.
Display your drawing and design skills, and demonstrate how they have prepared you for artistic and academic success.
“Fragment” explores the construction of memory and its correlation to identity.
M.F.A. photography student Balša Gobović examines nostalgia, melancholy and longing as a driving force of creative work.
The exhibition is free and open to the public.
This exhibition features selected posters, books, brochures and design concepts by Pierre Mendell (1929-2008), one of the world’s leading graphic designers.
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