LOCATIONS AND FACILITIES
SCAD Museum of Art
noon-5 p.m.; Monday, closed; Tuesday and Wednesday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday, noon-5 p.m.
Address601 Turner Blvd.
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Visitors can mingle with friends or simply reflect in solitude in the verdant courtyard adjacent to the museum.
On Oct. 29, 2011, SCAD unveiled the renovated and re-imagined museum to the public. More than 1,280 visitors attended.
Newly renovated, the SCAD Museum of Art is open to the public and features a large courtyard, galleries and theater.
The museum's 250-seat theater is a learning venue featuring lectures, screenings, performances and other presentations.
A lounge displays work by alumnae Chia Chiung Chong (B.F.A., photography, 1999) and Jennifer Jenkins (M.F.A., fibers, 2006).
Visitors peruse renowned artist Liza Lou's "Trailer," the interior of which is covered with her signature beads.
An expansion project will add museum galleries, art storage and museum infrastructure space, a theater and classrooms.
Completed in 1856, the Gray Building, as it was then known, is the country's only intact antebellum railroad complex.
The boardroom of the former Central of Georgia Railroad headquarters was preserved during renovation.
The museum is home to 4,500 objects, representing one of the strongest assemblages of art in the Southeast.
The Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts donated approximately 150 Polaroids and gelatin silver prints to the museum.
The Earle W. Newton Center for British and American Studies was established through gifts of art, books, maps and more.
Different collections rotate throughout the year, allowing students from various fields access to valuable resources.
The SCAD Museum of Art expansion project with architect and SCAD Dean of Building Arts Christian Sottile (SCAD M.Arch, 1997).