LOCATIONS AND FACILITIES
Address179 Ponce de Leon Ave.
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Ivy Hall provides a stimulating environment for the SCAD writing program and is the ideal setting to host prominent authors.
Ivy Hall is home to readings, lectures and seminars, playing host to world-renowned authors, artists and professionals.
Ivy Hall is considered one of the first homes in Georgia to fully embody the Queen Anne-Victorian architectural style.
Designed by noted architect G.L. Norman, the 4,399-square-foot gem is a distinct structure in Atlanta's Midtown cityscape.
The Writers Roundtable provides students with a chance to talk with authors, editors, publishers, literary agents and others.
The rehabilitated Ivy Hall offers a comfortable and engaging atmosphere for SCAD writing students and visitors.
The Ivy Hall Young Writers Workshop is designed to help Atlanta-area high school students develop their skills as writers.
Restoration of Ivy Hall represents SCAD's relationship with Atlanta as a forward-looking partner mindful of its past.
SCAD spent two years rehabilitating Ivy Hall, built in 1883 and originally called the Edward C. Peters House.
SCAD Artist in Residence Colson Whitehead takes a realistic-but-wry look at the craft and art of writing.