Hamilton Hall

Hamilton Hall

Commanding a prime bluff position amid the historic seaport buildings overlooking the Savannah River, the minimally ornamented and functionally designed Hamilton Hall originally provided space for a secondary power station and warehouse. Now, the 49,373-square-foot building houses classrooms and production facilities for the film and television, sound design and dramatic writing departments.

Images from the facility

State-of-the-art technologies support the curriculum. Hamilton Hall has four classrooms housing Pro Tools workstations.

Sound designers use high-end ADR and foley stages to record dialog and every day sounds.

In Hamilton Hall SCAD students get hands-on experience with industry-leading technology in film and television classes.

SCAD facilities mirror the real-world scenarios students will find themselves in once they graduate.

Hamilton Hall has a 12-seat Nitrus Editing suite with the Avid Unity System for digital video and audio manipulation.