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 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).
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.
SCAD presents the 2016 Fashion and Accessory Design Static Show, featuring exceptional garments and accessories from the latest collections by School of Fashion students.
SCAD presents “Patterns + Layers + Materiality," a group thesis exhibition by M.F.A. fibers students Chong Min Kim, Seul Lee Koo and Clarissa Santos.
See the best work created in Atlanta this year at the ninth annual Beyond the Dot foundation studies exhibition.
The SCAD Trois Gallery presents “Songs From the Invisible Choir,” an exhibition by SCAD student Nicole LeCorgne (M.F.A. photography).
Browse a wide variety of recent student work, including sketchbooks, drawings, storyboards, sculptures and more.
A South Carolina native, Howard’s work explores eternal themes of childhood and imagination within the particular culture and geography of the American South.
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