i feel ya: Panel discussion in Miami
Moderator Andrew Bevan, style features director for Teen Vogue, joins André 3000, SCAD president and founder Paula Wallace, and SCAD alumni Greg Brunkalla and Jimmy O’Neal to discuss the “i feel ya: SCAD + André 3000 Benjamin” exhibition at the Mana Miami Wynwood in Miami, Florida.
The exhibition, which coincides with Art Basel Miami Beach, features 47 custom jumpsuits designed by André 3000 alongside Brunkalla’s experimental film “Trumpets” and O’Neal’s oversized mirror paintings.
SCAD interior design alumnus Rodrigo Buelvas
Colombian-born interior designer Rodrigo Buelvas shares his passion for redefining the workspace and the satisfaction derived from influencing how people around the world live and work.
SCAD visual effects professor Stuart Robertson
Stuart Robertson, winner of the 1999 Academy Award for Achievement in Visual Effects for "What Dreams May Come," talks about how to succeed in the field of visual effects.
SCAD fibers alumnae Maureen Walsh and Trish Andersen
From creating retail interiors to designing events for companies like Google and Bravo, for this Brooklyn-based design duo known as Domestic Construction creativity knows no bounds.
An interview with Geoffrey Fletcher
Geoffrey Fletcher (Screenwriter, "Precious") discusses his work and creative process with Paula Wallace, President and Founder of the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). Mr. Fletcher served as an honorary professor at the SCAD campus in Lacoste, France and was the 2014 Fall Commencement speaker in Savannah, GA.
An interview with André 3000 Benjamin
André 3000 Benjamin sits with Paula Wallace, President and Founder of the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), to discuss his Outkast reunion tour and "i feel ya" exhibition, on view Wednesday, December 3 through Sunday, December 14, 2014, at Mana Miami (318 NW 23rd Street, Wynwood). The exhibition explores fashion, film, and painting through the work of artist, musician, performer, fashion innovator, and actor André 3000 Benjamin (aka André 3000), filmmaker Greg Brunkalla, and painter Jimmy O’Neal.