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This exhibition engages with concepts of place, responding to the contemporary culture of snapshots and status updates.
After working as a translator in Japan, M.F.A. illustration student Rumi Hara came to Savannah, Georgia, in 2012 to pursue her interests in illustration and comics at SCAD.
Stephen Burrows' carefully crafted garments reveal a deep understanding of material and the body.
Simon Bilodeau creates mysterious worlds within a restrained palette of whites, grays, silvers and blacks that juxtapose luxurious objects and debris, mythology and history.
Rebeca Calderón Pittman explores the different facets of mediation through work that combines the medium of acrylic with that of digital painting.
The exhibition will showcase the Korean-American artist’s contemporary approach to sculpture, which explores concepts of identity and social control.
These works comprise an in-depth examination of Lake Tahoe’s rocky terrain, crystalline waters and picturesque skyline.
The exhibition explores family relationships, mental illness and addiction. These images reveal the complexities of life with a mentally ill parent.
This exhibition focuses on the striking reoccurrence of food as subject matter featured in artists' books throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.
Known primarily as an abstract painter, Leslie Wayne’s latest series features a well-recognized tool from the painter’s studio — a paint rag.