Explore the SCAD locations in Atlanta, Lacoste and Savannah. View the classroom and administrative buildings, galleries, residence halls and dining facilities where our students live, learn and prepare for professional careers.
SCAD facilities in Atlanta are located in Midtown near the Woodruff Arts Center, the High Museum of Art and a multitude of other cultural attractions. From the cutting-edge Digital Media Center to the beautifully restored, historic Ivy Hall, SCAD provides students with the perfect environment to hone their career preparation in a major metropolitan area.
The Hong Kong Development Bureau has entrusted SCAD with conserving and revitalizing the historic North Kowloon Magistracy Building in Kowloon to become the home of SCAD Hong Kong. The building is located at 292 Tai Po Road. SCAD has pledged to revitalize the historic facility into the leading site for the study of digital media in Asia, while honoring the structure's historic and cultural significance. New features in the building will include a library and art gallery, computer labs and digital studios, classrooms and lecture halls. SCAD Gallery, the university's art gallery, is located in Central's art district at 2/F 30-32 Wyndham Street.
Facilities in SCAD's residential study-abroad location in Lacoste, France, date to the 15th and 16th centuries, yet feature modern amenities and technology. This location, situated in a beautifully preserved medieval village, offers students the chance both to study in a pastoral setting and to travel to some of Europe’s finest cultural and cosmopolitan cities.
In Savannah, nearly 70 facilities are woven throughout one of the largest and most renowned National Historic Landmark districts in the United States. SCAD has restored and revitalized many of these buildings, garnering awards for our adaptive reuse from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the American Institute of Architects and the International Downtown Association.
SCAD professor Craig Stevens, a photographer, printmaker and educator, has received the inaugural $5,000 Susan Carr Educator Prize from the American Society of Media Photographers. Stevens has taught photography at SCAD for 25 years.
"Baby You're a Rich Man," a book by writing professor Chris Bundy, has been published by C&R Press. The book, illustrated by SCAD alumnus Max Currie (B.F.A., sequential art, 2012), follows the story of Ken Richman, a down-on-his-luck, B-level variety star on Japanese television who is forced to go into hiding when he becomes the target of an escaped prisoner. "Baby You're a Rich Man" will be released in May.
B.F.A. fashion student Katherine Absher was named the 2013 Liz Claiborne Design Scholar by the Council of Fashion Designers of America. The prestigious $25,000 award is presented each year to the student who best addresses through fashion the lifestyle and needs of women, as judged by a panel of fashion industry experts.
M.A. furniture design student Laney Builteman (B.F.A., interior design, 2009) and M.F.A. industrial design student Jamie Bowerman (B.F.A., graphic design, 2004; M.A., industrial design, 2012) are finalists in the Battery Park Conservancy's "Build a Chair: America's Design Competition." The top 50 designs, including Builteman's and Bowerman's design, "Chair for Battery Park," were selected by a world-renowned jury from more than 1,500 designers from 15 countries across the Americas. The winner will be announced in November; voting for the competition is open until October. The winning design will be installed in Battery Park in New York City. To view the finalists' work and to vote for a winner, visit the competition's website.