Artworks and garments of historical and contemporary importance are paired to illustrate how inspiration transcends time and disciplines.
Foundation studies professor Marcia Cohen ventured from London to Paris to Marrakech, Morocco, where she examined color forecasting trends.
SCAD presents an exhibition in conjunction with the January 2016 release of Port City Review, the university’s annual student-juried literary arts journal.
This is an exhibition of intricate cut-paper works by SCAD alumna Lucha Rodriguez (M.F.A. printmaking).
SCAD presents “Small Works,” an annual juried exhibition of work by SCAD students, alumni, professors and staff.
Desiree Palermo’s work focuses on process-based abstraction that carefully emphasizes formal elements and relationships derived from intuitive decision-making.
“Sushumna” employs paper art and decorative painting techniques including papier-mâché, faux wood grain and marbleized paper to create a playful environment.
This exhibition explores three major themes of Lawrence’s larger oeuvre and specifically focuses on his graphic work.
The exhibition will feature a selection of Alec Soth’s documentary photography from the Georgia series, creating a time-lapse portrait of the region.
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?
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