The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) and the SCAD Museum of Art present the exhibition "i feel ya: SCAD + André 3000 Benjamin," on view Wednesday, Dec. 3 through Sunday, Dec. 14 at the Mana Miami Production Village, 318 NW 23rd St., Miami, Florida. The exhibition explores fashion, film and painting through the work of artist, musician, performer, fashion innovator and actor André Lauren Benjamin, better known by stage name André 3000, as well as work by SCAD alumni Greg Brunkalla and Jimmy O’Neal.
Savannah College of Art and Design, the premier provider of higher education in creative fields, announced today that it will offer two new degree programs at its Atlanta location beginning Fall 2013: Master of Arts and Master of Fine Arts in film and television. Previously, the M.A. and M.F.A. in film and television were offered exclusively at SCAD Savannah.
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Clayton de Wet has been interested in sound and sound effects since he can remember, and has always picked up on audio details others miss. As a child, he aggravated his mother by refusing to watch the revamped versions of his favorite classic 1960s cartoons. "Since they had switched voice actors, I could tell and felt betrayed that those weren't the characters that I knew and loved," says Clayton. "She was like, 'It's the same thing!' And I was just like, 'Nope.'"
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When Preston Martin was in high school, he took classes in metalworking, electrical engineering and contract building as part of an education initiative to encourage youth to seek vocations. These glimpses into construction sparked Preston's interest in architecture, which he went on to study in college.
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Kara Roberts began cultivating her interest in fashion as a child when she briefly lived in New York City, near Madison Avenue. Although she enjoyed wandering the bustling fashion district, she didn't even consider pursuing a related career. "At the time, I thought it was actually a little too shallow of a profession for me," Kara says.
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Madeline Rupert, or Mad, has been drawing since she can remember, but she made her first forays into storytelling as a teenager. Early in high school, she penned a couple of lengthy fantasy novels-which she now laughs off as her "space operas" - prominently featuring angels and demons. "Pretty much everything I thought was cool at the time was just smushed together," Mad says.