The Savannah College of Art and Design presents “High Water Mark,” the latest artwork by Los Angeles-based artist, Kevin Cooley.
SCAD presents “Allostasis,” an M.F.A. exhibition by painting student Marea Haslett that investigates how crises and memories of specific events affect concepts of self.
Rahimi is inspired by the passport as a form of worldwide identification, and the inherent irony in identifying individuals through a system that is so impersonal.
The SCAD Museum of Art presents a multimedia exhibition of Aint–Bad, a multiplatform photographic publisher based in Savannah and founded by SCAD alumni.
SCAD presents “Pink Noises,” the first solo exhibition in the U.S. of Belgian artist Joris Van de Moortel.
The Savannah College of Art and Design presents “What Essence Was It, That Time Was Of,” a thesis exhibition by Jimmy O’Neal (M.F.A. painting, B.F.A. illustration).
The SCAD Museum of Art presents “Built, World,” a group exhibition featuring works by leading international artists investigating architecture and constructed realities.
SCAD presents “Modern Love,” a juried exhibition of faculty, staff, alumni and student artwork inspired by the first track on David Bowie’s album “Let’s Dance.”
SCAD presents “What You See is What You Want to See,” an M.F.A. painting thesis exhibition by Jaeyoun Shin.
Created from a firsthand traumatic experience with the artist’s body as the primary medium, “Time Purifies Memory” is a documentary of memory re-enactment.
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